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Managing Innovation:Understanding and Motivating Crowds

Edited by Alexander Brem (), Joe Tidd () and Tugrul Daim

in World Scientific Books from World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.

Abstract: Managing Innovation

Keywords: Innovation Management; Technology Management; Innovation Success; Crowd; International Innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O31 O32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
ISBN: 9781786346483
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 A Contemporary and Systematic Literature Review of User-centric Innovation: A Consumer Perspective , pp 3-46 Downloads
Jordan Robert Gamble, Michael Brennan and Rodney McAdam
Ch 2 User Motivation and Knowledge Sharing in Idea Crowdsourcing , pp 47-69 Downloads
Miia Kosonen, Chunmei Gan, Mika Vanhala and Kirsimarja Blomqvist
Ch 3 Motivational Factors Affecting Participation and Contribution of Members in Two Different Swiss Innovation Communities , pp 71-90 Downloads
Louise Muhdi and Roman Boutellier
Ch 4 Everybody Is Invited but not Everybody Will Come — The Influence of Personality Dispositions on Users’ Entry Decisions for Crowdsourcing Competitions , pp 91-109 Downloads
Rita Faullant, Patrick Holzmann and Erich J. Schwarz
Ch 5 Walking Parallel Paths or Taking the Same Road? The Effect of Collaborative Incentives in Innovation Contests , pp 111-144 Downloads
Viktoria Boss, Robin Kleer and Alexander Vossen
Ch 6 Innovative Brand Community Members and Their Willingness to Share Ideas with Companies , pp 145-169 Downloads
Sladjana Nørskov, Yun Mi Antorini and Morten Jensen
Ch 7 User-centric Innovations in New Product Development — Systematic Identification of Lead Users Harnessing Interactive and Collaborative Online-tools , pp 173-212 Downloads
Volker Bilgram, Alexander Brem and Kai-Ingo Voigt
Ch 8 Can the Crowd Do the Job? Exploring the Effects of Integrating Customers into a Company’s Business Model Innovation , pp 213-236 Downloads
Philipp Alexander Ebel, Ulrich Bretschneider and Jan Marco Leimeister
Ch 9 Crowdsourcing Intermediaries and Problem Typologies: An Explorative Study , pp 237-260 Downloads
Gabriele Colombo, Tommaso Buganza, Ilse-Maria Klanner and Susanne Roiser
Ch 10 Diversity and Change of User Driven Innovation Modes in Companies , pp 261-293 Downloads
Sampsa Hyysalo, Petteri Repo, Päivi Timonen, Louna Hakkarainen and Eva Heiskanen
Ch 11 Opening up the Innovation Process: Outside-in Involvement of Innovative Users and Established Firms’ Innovation Performance , pp 297-328 Downloads
Spyros Arvanitis, Barbara Fuchs and Martin Woerter
Ch 12 Innovative Behaviour Types and Their Influence on Individual Crowdsourcing Performances , pp 329-346 Downloads
Hangzi Zhu, Katharina Djurjagina and Jens Leker
Ch 13 Benefits and Barriers of Crowdsourcing in B2B Firms: Generating Ideas with Internal and External Crowds , pp 347-365 Downloads
Henri Simula and Mervi Vuori
Ch 14 With a Little Help from My Customers: The Influence of Customer Empowerment on Consumers’ Perceptions of Well-Established Brands , pp 367-394 Downloads
Martin Meißner, Michelle D. Haurand and Christian Stummer
Ch 15 Innovation Awards: Reward, Recognition, and Ritual , pp 395-413 Downloads
Lisa Callagher and Peter Smith

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