Sub-theme 46: Open Organizations for an Open Society? Practicing Openness in Innovation, Strategy and Beyond

Leonhard Dobusch, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Georg von Krogh, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Richard Whittington, Oxford University, UK
Session I: Thursday, July 02, 11:00 to 12:30, COM-2115
Varieties of Openness and Openness in General
Chair: Leonhard Dobusch
Markus Kowalski, Anja Schröder, Gordon Müller-Seitz and Timo Braun
Organizational openness: Managing different forms of openness
Presenter(s): Markus Kowalski
Natalia Levina, Anne-Laure Fayard and Emmanouil Gkeredakis
The voice of ideas: Understanding impact of diverse modes of open innovation
Presenter(s): Natalia Levina
Session II: Thursday, July 02, 14:00 to 15:30, COM-2115
Openness in Innovation and Strategy
Chair: Maha Shaikh
Brian Litchfield-Cant
If planning is open to everyone, what do we need strategic planners for?
Presenter(s): Brian Litchfield-Cant
Eric Knight, Andrew Sturdy and Joe O'Mahoney
Structuring strategy? CSOs, temporality and agency
Presenter(s): Eric Knight
Felicia Fai, Uta Morgenstern and Anthony Roath
'Born open' firms – The proposition of a new concept
Presenter(s): Felicia Fai, Uta Morgenstern, Anthony Roath
Session III: Thursday, July 02, 16:00 to 17:30, COM-2115
Open Identity and Identity of Openness
Chair: Eric Knight
Migle Malinovskyte, Caroline Mothe and Charles-Clemens Rüling
Becoming innovation intermediaries: Identity aspirations under institutional complexity
Presenter(s): Caroline Mothe
Mekki MacAulay and Jean-Baptiste Litrico
Open identification: How meta-organizations embrace and leverage identity ambiguity
Presenter(s): Mekki MacAulay
Marco Tonellato and Guido Conaldi
Explaining participation in open productions: The role of identity specialization and repeated collaboration
Presenter(s): Marco Tonellato
Session IV: Friday, July 03, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Space(s) for Openness - Room: COM-2115
Chair: Richard Whittington
Matthew Mount and Nuran Acur
The role of collaborative crowdsourcing technology in driving individual-level ambidexterity
Presenter(s): Matthew Mount
Olivier Irrmann, Harri Paananen and Otso Hannula
Openness in creative hubs: The interplay of spatial, social and activity affordances in collaborative spaces
Presenter(s): Olivier Irrmann, Harri Paananen
Jochem Hummel, Philipp Tuertscher and Hans Berends
Dimensions of openness in innovation processes: Exploring the connection between openness of system architectures and openness of knowledge flows
Presenter(s): Jochem Hummel, Philipp Tuertscher, Hans Berends
Parallel Stream B: Open Innovation around Hardware - Room: PIERCE-627
Chair: Georg von Krogh
Altair Hazel Marroquin Cruz
On appropriability strategies for open organizations
Presenter(s): Altair Marroquin Cruz
Jan-Peter Ferdinand and Uli Meyer
Heterogeneous innovation ecosystems: Community-firm relations in distributed innovation processes
Presenter(s): Jan-Peter Ferdinand, Uli Meyer
Franziska Miebach, Vera Blazevic and Frank Piller
Openness as cultural shift: How employees react to open innovation initiatives
Presenter(s): Franziska Miebach
Session V: Friday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, COM-2115
Focus on Practicing Openness
Chair: Loizos Heracleous
ole Friis
Openness in strategy: Social strategy practices and practitioner interaction
Presenter(s): Ole Friis
Sarah Browne, Pamela Sharkey-Scott and Vincent Mangematin
Ownership for openness in strategy implementation
Presenter(s): Sarah Browne
Daniel Curto-Millet
The being multiple: The becoming of an open source project
Presenter(s): Daniel Curto-Millet
Session VI: Saturday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Open Innovation as Collaboration - Room: COM-2115
Chair: Natalia Levina
Maha Shaikh
Penguins on a magnetic leash: Company control of communities
Presenter(s): Maha Shaikh
Fang He, Thomas Gersdorf and Georg von Krogh
What glues it all together? The role of leadership and goal orientation in multi-boundary teams
Presenter(s): Fang He
Paper by Kathleen Diener is replaced by the paper "Integrating external knowledge at the organizational boundaries:
A knowledge-as-practice approach to open innovation", to be presented by Georg Reischauer
Parallel Stream B: Managing Open (Data) Communities - Room: PIERCE-627
Chair: Jean-Baptiste Litrico
Maximilian Heimstädt and Leonhard Dobusch
Openness as institutional boundary work: The case of open data in Berlin
Presenter(s): Maximilian Heimstädt
Basak Yakis-Douglas and Timothy Hannigan
Rumors as contributors to openness in organizations
Presenter(s): Basak Yakis-Douglas
Héloïse Berkowitz and Kévin Herlem
Open data governance in a big data context: Evidence from the case of oceanography
Presenter(s): Heloise A. Berkowitz
Session VII: Saturday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, COM-2115
Dialogue on Openness: Discourse and Closure
Chair: Leonhard Dobusch
Loizos Heracleous, Julia Goesswein and Philippe Beaudette
Open strategy-making at the Wikimedia Foundation: A dialogic perspective
Presenter(s): Loizos Heracleous
Paul Ellwood and Krsto Pandza
Addressing the challenges of cooperation and coordination in complex innovation environments: Narratives of openness
Presenter(s): Paul Ellwood, Krsto Pandza
Amanda Porter, Philipp Tuertscher and Marleen Huysman
Coping with complexity: Connections and breakdowns in distributed crowdsourcing
Presenter(s): Amanda Porter