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Networks of innovation relationships: multiscopic views on Finland

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Presentation at XXIV ISPIM Conference – Innovating in Global Markets: Challenges for Sustainable Growth, 16-19 June 2013, Helsinki, Finland.

Kaisa Still, VTT
Jukka Huhtamäki, TUT
Martha G. Russell, mediaX at Stanford
Rahul C. Basole, Georgia Tech
Jaakko, Salonen, TUT
Neil Rubens, University of Electro-Communications

Abstract: http://www.ispim.org/abstracts/The%20Proceedings%20of%20The%20XXIV%20ISPIM%20Conference%202013%20Helsinki,%20Finland%20-%2016-19%20June%202013/still_kaisa.html

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Networks of innovation relationships: multiscopic views on Finland

  1. 1. Networks of innovation relationships: multiscopic views on Finland Kaisa Still, VTT Jukka Huhtamäki, TUT Martha G. Russell, Stanford mediaX Rahul C. Basole, Georgia Tech Jaakko, Salonen, TUT Neil Rubens, University of Electro-Communications
  2. 2. Networks of innovation Approach By whom The shift of innovation from a single firm toward an increasingly network-centric activity Chesbrough 2003 Importance of collaboration and value co-creation Ramaswamy and Goullart 2010 Resulting networks of relationships Kogut and Zander 1996, Vargo between individual and 2009 organizational entities Studies of innovation ecosystems Iansiti and Levien 2004, Russell et al. 2011, Basole et al. 2012, Hwang and Horowitt 2012, Marts et al. 2012
  3. 3. From data with visualization to insights
  4. 4. Boundary specification: nodes and edges
  5. 5. Metrics: for descriptions
  6. 6. Visualization 1: Highlighting enterprise level relationships
  7. 7. Visualization 2: Highlighting growth companies
  8. 8. Visualization 3: Highlighting start-up companies
  9. 9. Visualization 4: Multiscope with aggregated data
  10. 10. Sense-making and storytelling: So what? • Visualizations of metrics and networks can be seen to model the skeleton of an ecosystem • Tacit knowledge about networks (and the roles of certain actors) becomes explicit and shared

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