IIT paper at the XXVIII ISPIM INNOVATION CONFERENCE: “Composing the Innovation Symphony”, Vienna 18-21 June

A paper proposal developed by IIT project members for a session on Open Innovation at the XXVIII ISPIM Innovation Conference has been accepted.

The proposal was led by Angelika Sauer in the Joanneum Research team, Katrin Hahn in the University of Twente team, and Lisa Dale-Clough in the University of Manchester team. The paper is titled “Succeeding through Knowledge Exchange: Organisational Requirements for Open Innovation” and it tries to respond to the following questions: What are the more relevant organisational characteristics for Open Innovation? Which competences are needed to operate effectively in an open innovation environment?

Basing on the analysis of results obtained in 694 interviews carried out in the IIT project. http://www.ispim-innovation-conference.com/


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649351