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The Open Innovation
Research Landscape:
Established Perspectives and
Emerging Themes Across
Different Levels of Analysis
Open Innovation (OI)
OI is defined as: “a distributed innovation process based
on purposively managed knowledge flows acro...
A two-year experience of organizing
workshops at the Academy of Management
meetings in Philadelphia (2014) and Vancouver
(...
The Authors
Marcel Bogers
University of Copenhagen
Ann-Kristin Zobel
ETH Zurich
Allan Afuah
University of Michigan
Linus D...
The paper:
Bogers et al. (Forthcoming). The Open Innovation Research
Landscape: Established Perspectives and Emerging Them...
Focal Questions
1. How would you conceptualize
and describe OI at your level of
analysis?
2. How does OI relate to various...
Level of analysis Possible research object Topics researched in extant studies
Intraorganizational Individual, group/team,...
Emerging OI research themes at
each level of analysis
Org Ind-reg-socExtra-orgInter-orgIntra-org
Org behavior: Motivation,...
OI Categories and Research Questions
OI behavior & cognition
How do individual-level attributes
influence interorganizatio...
OI Categories and Research Questions
OI strategy and design
As a firm opens up its business model
how does it coevolve wit...
OI Categories and Research Questions
OI stakeholders
How do users innovators collaborate
with organizations in digitized
p...
OI Categories and Research Questions
OI ecosystem
How do innovation ecosystems in
specific sectors shape policy and
regula...
OI categories and Research Questions
Open governance
How can citizens influence the public
sector, especially regarding
pe...
OI research has traditionally focused
on the organizational -level
We present opportunities for future
research on OI , or...
Dr. Ian
McCarthy
@toffeemen68
Professor, Technology and
Operations Management
Beedie School of Business
Simon Fraser Unive...
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This paper provides an overview of the main perspectives and themes emerging in research on open innovation. The paper is the result of a collaborative process among several open innovation scholars—having a common basis in the recurrent Professional Development Workshop (PDW) on “Researching Open Innovation” at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. In this paper, we present opportunities for future research on open innovation, organized at different levels of analysis. We discuss some of the contingencies at these different levels, and argue that future research needs to study open innovation — originally an organizational-level phenomenon — across multiple levels of analysis. While our integrative framework allows comparing, contrasting, and integrating different perspectives at different levels of analysis, further theorizing will be needed to advance open innovation research. On this basis, we propose some new research categories as well as questions for future research — particularly those that span across research domains that have so far developed in isolation.

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The open innovation research landscape: Established perspectives and emerging themes across different levels of analysis

  1. 1. The Open Innovation Research Landscape: Established Perspectives and Emerging Themes Across Different Levels of Analysis
  2. 2. Open Innovation (OI) OI is defined as: “a distributed innovation process based on purposively managed knowledge flows across organizational boundaries” (Chesbrough and Bogers, 2014: 17)
  3. 3. A two-year experience of organizing workshops at the Academy of Management meetings in Philadelphia (2014) and Vancouver (2015). More than 200 participants involved A final team of 23 authors An “Open” Way to Produce an OI Paper
  4. 4. The Authors Marcel Bogers University of Copenhagen Ann-Kristin Zobel ETH Zurich Allan Afuah University of Michigan Linus Dahlander ESMT European School of Management and Technology Marc Gruber Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Dennis Hilgers Johannes Kepler University Ann Majchrzak University of Southern California Satish Nambisan University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Cristina Rossi-Lamastra Politecnico di Milano Esteve Almirall ESADE Lars Frederiksen Aarhus University Stefan Haefliger City University London Keld Laursen Copenhagen Business School Ian P. McCarthy Simon Fraser University Frank T. Piller RWTH Aachen University Jonathan Sims Babson College Sabine Brunswicker Purdue University Annabelle Gawer University of Surrey John Hagedoorn Royal Holloway University of London & UNU-MERIT Mats G. Magnusson KTH Royal Institute of Technology Kathrin M. Moeslein Universität Erlangen- Nürnberg Agnieszka Radziwon University of Southern Denmark Anne L.J. ter Wal Imperial College
  5. 5. The paper: Bogers et al. (Forthcoming). The Open Innovation Research Landscape: Established Perspectives and Emerging Themes Across Different Levels of Analysis. Industry and Innovation Click here to download the paper.
  6. 6. Focal Questions 1. How would you conceptualize and describe OI at your level of analysis? 2. How does OI relate to various theoretical perspectives at your level of analysis? 3. Under which conditions is OI (according to your conceptualization) relevant? 4. What are future research directions regarding OI at your level of analysis?
  7. 7. Level of analysis Possible research object Topics researched in extant studies Intraorganizational Individual, group/team, Project, functional area, business unit Individual, functional and project level challenges and coping strategies for OI Organizational Organization, strategy, business model Organizational design, practices, and processes for integrating external sources of innovation OI in the context of new entrants, SMEs, and entrepreneurs Extraorganizational External individuals communities and organizations The role of users and communities for OI Interorganizational Alliances, networks, ecosystems How organizations practice OI in ecosystems and industry platforms Industry, regional innovation systems, and society Industries, regions, societies Applications of OI outside of R&D inareas such as manufacturing, marketing, strategy, services, tourism and education Levels of Analysis
  8. 8. Emerging OI research themes at each level of analysis Org Ind-reg-socExtra-orgInter-orgIntra-org Org behavior: Motivation, communication and learning of employees involved in OI Org design Organizational structures and managerial tools that support different forms of openness Entrepreneurship: Quantity and quality (nature) of opportunities identified, formed and enacted via OI Business models: Link between open knowledge flows and economic activities Ecosystems: Interactions between development and commercialization actors, Platforms: Governance of digital platforms to align individual success with collective welfare Crowdsourcing: the values and governance of crowds Stakeholders:: Different knowledge provided at different stages of the OI process Users innovators: Identifying and leveraging knowledge produced by different individuals Communities: fit between organizations and communities Industry dynamics:: Industrial characteristics that enable OI Spatial organization: Spatial challenges at the intersection of virtual and real platforms Public: Democracy and managerial skills for collaborative public management
  9. 9. OI Categories and Research Questions OI behavior & cognition How do individual-level attributes influence interorganizational knowledge flows with OI stakeholders? How does individual-level openness affect organizational identity development and conflict?
  10. 10. OI Categories and Research Questions OI strategy and design As a firm opens up its business model how does it coevolve with the models of relevant stakeholders? How does the involvement with external stakeholders shape employees’ organization identity and commitment?
  11. 11. OI Categories and Research Questions OI stakeholders How do users innovators collaborate with organizations in digitized platforms? How does the involvement of external stakeholders shape new types of business models?
  12. 12. OI Categories and Research Questions OI ecosystem How do innovation ecosystems in specific sectors shape policy and regulations? How does ecosystem governance enable the participation of heterogeneous stakeholders in the innovation process?
  13. 13. OI categories and Research Questions Open governance How can citizens influence the public sector, especially regarding performance, quality, innovativeness, compliance and integrity? How do innovations in the public sector (e.g., smart cities) enable new forms of crowdsourcing (e.g., citizen participation)?
  14. 14. OI research has traditionally focused on the organizational -level We present opportunities for future research on OI , organized at different levels of analysis. Our integrative framework allows comparing, contrasting, and integrating the different perspectives at different levels of analysis. Conclusions
  15. 15. Dr. Ian McCarthy @toffeemen68 Professor, Technology and Operations Management Beedie School of Business Simon Fraser University Ian McCarthy It Depends Blog Slides produced by:
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This paper provides an overview of the main perspectives and themes emerging in research on open innovation. The paper is the result of a collaborative process among several open innovation scholars—having a common basis in the recurrent Professional Development Workshop (PDW) on “Researching Open Innovation” at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. In this paper, we present opportunities for future research on open innovation, organized at different levels of analysis. We discuss some of the contingencies at these different levels, and argue that future research needs to study open innovation — originally an organizational-level phenomenon — across multiple levels of analysis. While our integrative framework allows comparing, contrasting, and integrating different perspectives at different levels of analysis, further theorizing will be needed to advance open innovation research. On this basis, we propose some new research categories as well as questions for future research — particularly those that span across research domains that have so far developed in isolation.

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