Technology & Innovation Community Meeting on May 10, 2017 – hosted by Institute for Management Research at Radboud University

We are happy to announce that our fourth Technology and Innovation Community meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 10, 13:00-17:00. The Technology and Innovation Community brings together scholars from different universities in the Netherlands and Belgium (and potentially beyond) who share an interest in theory-informed technology and innovation research. This time the meeting will be hosted by the Institute for Management Research at Radboud University.

Agenda

12.30-13.00       Arrival and coffee/tea.

13.00-13.05       Welcome and intro of theme and program: Prof. dr. Kristina Lauche

13.05-13.50       Prof. dr. Jonatan Pinkse (University of Manchester):                           Sustainable technology’s affordances, firm decision-making                           processes, and sustainability transitions                            (paper together with René Bohnsack)

13.50-14.00       Break

14.00-14.45       Annelies van Uden MSc. (Radboud University):                           Closed for Business: The value of open innovation in developing                           countries (paper together with Joris Knoben and Patrick Vermeulen)

14.45-15.00       Break

15.00-15.45       Niels Sprong MSc. (Radboud University):                           The creation of markets for new products: a multi-stakeholder                           perspective (paper together with Bas Hillebrand and Paul Driessen)

15.45-16.00       Break

16.00-16.45       Dr. Maryse Chappin (Utrecht University):                           Idea related knowledge development in online communities                            (paper together with Brita Schemmann and Andrea Herrmann)

16.45-17.00       Closing

As you may remember, the purpose of the meeting is not that authors just present their work but rather that the community interactively discusses the papers and gives in-depth comments with the purpose of helping improve the manuscripts. We will be sending you another email with download links for the papers to be discussed as well as directions and other practical information a few weeks before the meeting. We hope very much that you will be able to join the meeting. To help us organize, we kindly ask you to sign-up using this link if you would like to attend. If you have any further questions please contact Armand Smits (a.smits@fm.ru.nl) or Philipp Tuertscher (philipp.tuertscher@vu.nl). In case you are unable to attend this time but are interested to join our community for future meetings, please let us know through the same link, so that we will keep you on the invitation list. Please distribute this invitation to other staff and PhD students within (or outside) your group for whom our community might be relevant as well.   We are looking forward to seeing you in May.

Kind regards, Rick Aalbers, Hans Berends, Robert Kok, Armand Smits, Philipp Tuertscher