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28TH IPDMC: INNOVATION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE


ONLINE, JUNE 6-8, 2021
---IPDMC 2021 - GOES DIGITAL---

As COVID-19 continues to introduce challenges to our society, economies and institutions, EIASM together with the IPDMC 2021 Local Organising Committee, the Conference Chair and Vice-Chair and the Board decided to deliver IPDMC 2021 purely in a
"DIGITAL FORMAT" 

 

INTRODUCING IPDMC: VIEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS..

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(by Ken Schreiner)

BACKGROUND

The 28th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference (IPDMC) will begin with the reception and registration on Sunday June 6th and run until Tuesday, June 8th, 2021, at Campus Bovisa @ Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy.

The associated doctoral workshop will take place on Saturday and Sunday June 5th-6th, 2021. 

Milan is a vibrant city and considered as the business center of Italy.I It uniquely merges history with culture, leisure and a strong entrepreneurial DNA. We plan to organize a number of socio-cultural events  during the conference for those who will manage to travel to Italy.

IPDMC has established itself as the leading annual international conference in the domain of innovation management and new product development. Papers presented at the meeting come from multiple disciplines. Closely related fields such as technology management, entrepreneurship, marketing of innovation, creativity, and design are significant parts of the programme.

The conference has become the focus of valuable networking among innovation and product development management researchers, PhD students,  junior and senior faculty. It is the annual event for researchers in the field and serves as the annual meeting of a virtual society with participants enjoying coming back to meet colleagues. The ambiance is recognised as friendly and supportive.

THE CONFERENCE

The 2021 conference will continue to reflect and celebrate the achievements, challenges and development of the field of Innovation and Product Development Management through academic paper presentations, challenge sessions, industry engagement, academic keynotes and roundtable discussions on key themes. The conference aims to provide all participants with opportunities to hear, think and contribute creatively to the continuing formation of our field.

In 2021, we aim to cover a broad range of established and emerging topics relevant to innovation and product development (see below). In addition, we encourage and welcome contributions that address the broader relevance and impact of innovation, technology and product development on society and the environment.

Throughout its history, IPDMC has accepted papers from a range of disciplines, including organisation studies, marketing, management, technology management, organisational psychology, creativity and design. The conference welcomes all authors who are interested in managerial, policy environmental and social issues related to innovation and product/service development. This includes research on, but is not limited to, issues that are listed as the themes and areas for the conference below.

Uniquely, the Conference has close relationships with the Journal of Product Innovation Management and Creativity and Innovation Management. After the Conference, the Conference Board and Scientific Committee will encourage selected authors to submit their papers for review to the journals. .

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 


Mauro PORCINI
Mauro Porcini is Senior Vice President and Chief Design Officer @ PepsiCo

Mauro Porcini joined PepsiCo in 2012 as its first ever Chief Design Officer. In this newly created position, Mauro is infusing design thinking into PepsiCo’s culture and is leading a new approach to innovation by design that impacts the company’s product platforms and brands; his focus extends from physical to virtual expressions of the brands. In the past several years Mauro has been recognized with a variety of honors and awards for his achievements in the fields of design and innovation. In his professional career Mauro has been granted with 47 patents on his name and his work has been featured in several books on design and innovation in multiple regions of the world. Mauro sits on the Board of Directors of the Design Management Institute, on the Board of Directors of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce, on the Board of Directors of La Scuola d’Italia in New York and on the advisory council of other design and art institutions.

 




Benedetto VIGNA
President, Analog, MEMS & Sensors Group
STMicroelectronics, Geneva, Switzerland


Benedetto Vigna is STMicroelectronics’ President, Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group, and has held this position since January 2016. He is a member of ST’s Executive Committee since May 31st, 2018.

Vigna joined ST in 1995 and launched the Company’s efforts in MEMS. Under his technical guidance, ST’s MEMS sensors established the Company’s leadership with large OEMs in motion-activated user interfaces. Vigna has piloted ST’s successful moves into microphones, e-compasses, and touch-screen controllers, as well as environmental sensors, micro-actuators, industrial and automotive sensors, and low-power radios for IoT. Vigna’s mandate was further expanded with analog ICs and RF products (2011) and smart-power devices for OEMs and mass market (2016). ST’s Imaging business moved under his management in late 2017.

Vigna has more than 200 patents on micromachining, authored numerous publications, and sits on the boards of several EU-funded programs. Vigna’s contributions to the industry have been recognized with the MEMS Industry Group’s Executive of the Year Award (2013), the European SEMI Award (2013), the IEEE Frederik Philips Award (2015), and Manager of the Year 2017 by German magazine Markt & Technik. He joined the MEMS & Sensor Industry Group board in June 2019. Since February 2020, Vigna has been a member of Electronics Cluster Advisory Board (CAB) for the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) of Singapore. In September 2020, he joined the Board of Technical Advisors to support the deployment of the Leonardo 2030 R&D Masterplan.

Benedetto Vigna was born in Potenza, Italy, in 1969, and graduated cum laude with a degree in Subnuclear Physics from the University of Pisa, Italy.

THEMES AND TRACKS

The IPDM Conference is characterized by a strong long-lasting community of scholars that actively contribute to the conference and to the growth of the community itself. Our community will actively support the different tracks of the conference and are already engaged to be supportive and inspiring track chairs for the conference : 
 

INNOVATION STRATEGY
Erik Jan HULTINK (Delft University, The Netherlands)
Chris SIMMS (University of Portsmouth, UK)
Graca Maria DE OLIVEIRA MIRANDA SILVA (Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Portugal)
Nancy BOCKEN (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
 
RADICAL AND DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
John CHRISTIANSEN (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)
Koenraad DEBACKERE (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 
OPEN INNOVATION
Hans KOLLER (Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Germany)
Erica MAZZOLA (Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy)
Christina RAASCH (KLU, Germany)
Tim SCHWEISFURTH (University of Southern Denmark)
 
USER AND COMMUNITY DRIVEN INNOVATION
Marta GASPARIN (University of Leicester, UK)
Peter RODGERS (University of Southampton, UK)
 
BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION
Tommaso BUGANZA (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
Jelena SPANJOL (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)
 
INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS
Pascal LE MASSON (MINES ParisTech, Paris, France)
Antonio FERNANDES (Universidade do Oporto, Portugal)
Susanne OLLILA (Chalmers University, Sweden)
 
SERVICE INNOVATION
Helen PERKS (University of Nottingham, U.K)
Carsten SCHULTZ (Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany)
Anders GUSTAFSSON (BI Norwegian Business School, Norway)
Christian KOWALKOWSKI (Linköping University, Sweden) 
 
SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION
Nuran ACUR (University of Glasgow, UK)
Raffaella CAGLIANO (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
 
INNOVATION MANAGEMENT FOR RESILIENCE
Petra DE WEERD-NEDERHOF (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Ian MC CARTHY (SFU Beedie School of Business, USA)
Marjolein CANIELS (Open Universiteit, The Netherlands)
Stefanie BENINGER (IE University, Spain)
Isabella HATAK (University of St.Gallen, Switzerland)
 
SOCIAL AND FRUGAL INNOVATION
Cornelius HERSTATT (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany)
Jose Luis MUNUERA-ALEMAN (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
 
INNOVATION BY DESIGN
Claudio DELL'ERA (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
Marina CANDI (Reykjavik University's School of Business, Iceland)
Lisa CARLGREN (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
 
CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
Jennie BJORK (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Katharina HOLZLE (University of Potsdam, Germany)
 
DIGITAL INNOVATION AND TRANSFORMATION
Charles NOBLE (The University of Tennessee, U.S.A.)
William GREEN (University of Leicester, UK)
Winnie ONYAS (University of Leicester, UK)
 
LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION
Søren SALOMO (TU Berlin, Germany)
Roberto VERGANTI (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden)
Ghita Dragsdahl LAURITZEN (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
 
BEHAVIOURAL INNOVATION
Priscilla KRAFT (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany)
Nadine KAMMERLANDER (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany) 
 
INNOVATION IN OPERATIONS
Regina MCNALLY (Saint Xavier University, USA)
Matteo KALCHSCHMIDT (Università degli studi di Bergamo, Italy)
 
INNOVATION IN FAMILY FIRMS AND SMES
Ann LEDWITH (University of Limerick, Ireland)
Josip KOTLAR (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
 
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN INNOVATION
Gloria BARCZAK (Northeastern University, U.S.A.)
Tomoko KAWAKAMI (Waseda, Japan)
Haisu ZHANG (New Jersey Institute of Technology, U.S.A.)
Linda HAMDI-KIDAR (TBS Business School, France)
 
INNOVATION IN EMERGING MARKETS
Ludwig BSTIELER (University of New Hampshire, U.S.A.)
Tony C. GARRETT (Korea University Business School)
 
NEW METHODS FOR INNOVATION RESEARCH
Paul COUGHLAN (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
 
MANAGING GRAND CHALLENGES VIA INNOVATION
Nuran ACUR (University of Glasgow, UK)
Lawrence DOODLEY (University College Cork, Ireland)

FORMAT OF THE SESSIONS

Each paper presentation (15 minutes) will be  followed by a 5 minutes discussion and a 10 minutes plenary Q&A. As experts in the field, Track Chairs will moderate the discussion and are personally committed to give valuable feedbacks to each work presented.. So besides presenting your own paper, each presenter is expected to contribute to the discussion of one of the other papers in the session.

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Please click HERE to download the conference programme (June 2)

 

IPDM CONFERENCE: ABSTRACT REVIEW PROCESS

The goal of the review process is to select a number of papers that will stimulate discussion and the development and dissemination of new knowledge. Some papers will inevitably be more fully developed than others; however, it is hoped that each author will gain insights during the conference that will strengthen their own research and introduce them to other scholars who share their interests.

Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract of about 500 words in length on/before November 17, 2020. This abstract should identify the central research question and theory base for the research, introduce the most important references and describe the methodology, empirical base, analysis, and results.

Each abstract is evaluated by two or three members of the Scientific Committee. All are senior professors who are well positioned internationally in the field. Each abstract is evaluated using the following points :

  • Quality of the proposed contribution to theory and practice
  • Originality and appropriateness of the research method
  • Technical competence in the development and execution of the research
  • Value of the findings in contributing to knowledge and managerial practice

The Organising Committee responds to the author(s) with feedback and noting acceptance or rejection of the extended abstract. Some author(s) of accepted abstracts may be requested to address specific perceived shortcomings or omissions prior to submitting final papers.  

Author(s) of accepted abstracts are expected to submit final papers before April 1, 2021. 

Conference registration and participation by the author (or at least one co-author) is required for publication in the conference online proceedings. 

Final Papers must fulfil the following requirements:

The theoretical base must be clear, with explicit references to the already-existing research in the field.

The focus of the conference is on management issues, so empirical papers should include managerial implications.

Authors should note during the submission process via the website whether their paper is the work of an early career researcher (i.e. the paper is primarily the work of a researcher who has received their PhD in the last year) to be considered for the Best Student Paper Award


 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The IPDM Conference is a unique opportunity for researchers of different backgrounds, but with a common interest in management of innovation and product and service design and development, to present cutting edge research and exchange views. The conference provides ample opportunities for both formal and informal discussions of the work presented, as well as for discussions about future international and interdisciplinary research co-operation.

The primary focus of the conference is on empirical research and managerial issues, although very high quality papers developing substantive theory in other associated aspects of policy, practice and society are also welcomed. Regardless of the type of paper, the theoretical base must be made clear, and references to the extant research in the field must be made explicit.

BEST PAPERS AWARDS

Christer Karlsson Best Paper Award:

The Conference Board will select one Best Paper out of the papers submitted. The author(s) will receive an award during the closing session of the conference.


Thomas P. Hustad Best Student Paper Award:

The Conference Board will select one Best Student Paper out of the papers submitted where the main researcher and author is a PhD student. PhD students who submit should indicate their wish to be considered for this award. A condition of consideration for the Best Student Paper award is a statement from the primary supervisor confirming the registration status of the student and that the work is primarily that of the PhD student. The author(s) will receive an award during the closing session of the conference. 

CHAIRPERSONS - CONFERENCE BOARD - SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Conference Chairs:

Tommaso BUGANZA – Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Claudio DELL’ERA – Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Stefano MAGISTRETTI – Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Daniel TRABUCCHI – Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Roberto VERGANTI - Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

Conference Board & Scientific Committee: 

Paul COUGHLAN - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland – Chair
Abbie GRIFFIN - University of Utah, U.S.A. - Vice-Chair
Nuran ACUR - University of Glasgow, U.K.
Gloria BARCZAK - Northeastern University, U.S.A.
Jennie BJÖRK, JENNIE – KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Editor Creativity & Innovation Management
Ludwig BSTIELER - University of New Hampshire, U.S.A.
Tommaso BUGANZA - Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Marina CANDI - Reykjavik University, Iceland
John CHRISTIANSEN - Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Claudio DELL’ERA - Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Petra DE WEERD-NEDERHOF - University of Twente, The Netherlands
Koenraad DEBACKERE - Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Anthony DI BENEDETTO - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.
Antonio FERNANDES - University of Porto, Portugal
Marta GASPARIN - University of Leicester,  U.K.
Keith GOFFIN - Cranfield School of Management, U.K.
Will GREEN - University of Leicester, U.K
Armand HATCHUEL - Ecole des Mines de Paris, France
Cornelius HERSTATT – Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
Katharina HÖLZLE - University of Potsdam, Germany, Editor Creativity & Innovation Management
Erik Jan HULTINK - Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Thomas HUSTAD - Indiana University, U.S.A. – Honorary Board Member
Christer KARLSSON - Copenhagen Business School, Denmark – Honorary Board Member
Tomoko KAWAKAMI - Waseda University, Japan
Hans KOLLER - Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Germany
Priscilla KRAFT – WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
Ann LEDWITH - University of Limerick, Ireland
Pascal LE MASSON - MINES ParisTech, Paris, France
Erica MAZZOLA – Università degli Studi di Palermo, Sicily
Regina McNALLY - Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL, U.S.A.
Graziella MICHELANTE – EIASM, Belgium
Jose Luis MUNUERA - University of Murcia, Spain
Charles NOBLE -  University of Tennessee at Knoxville, U.S.A., Editor Journal of Product Innovation Management
Helen PERKS - University of Nottingham, U.K.
Deborah ROBERTS - University of York, U.K.
Søren SALOMO - TU Berlin - Germany
Michael SAREN - University of Leicester,  U.K.
Carsten SCHULTZ - Christian-Albrechts-University at Kiel, Germany
Jelena SPANJOL - Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany, Editor Journal of Product Innovation Management
Bart VAN LOOY - Catholic University of Leuven & Flanders Business School, Belgium

 

DOCTORAL WORKSHOP - JUNE 4-5

Doctoral Workshop Chairpersons:

Gloria Barczak
Professor Emeritus, Northeastern University, USA

Keith Goffin
Research Professor, Stockholm School of Economics and
Emeritus Professor Cranfield School of Management, UK

Pascal Le Masson
Professor, MINES ParisTech, France

The Doctoral Workshop (DW) is an important and integral part of the IPDMC conference, which has been running successfully for over 10 years. It was run in virtual format for the first time in 2020 and a complete new virtual programme has been developed for 2021. This programme maximizes the interaction between students and faculty and consists of the following sessions:

  • May 3rd: A 1-hour Zoom session where students meet the three DW Chairpersons and learn about the format for the main sessions.
  • End-May: 1-hour Zoom sessions where students will meet in teams of three with an allocated faculty member. Here, they will discuss how to prepare their presentation for the main workshop.
  • Friday June 4th: Main workshop sessions. From 15:00 (CET), there will be plenary discussions on the challenges of studying for a doctorate (‘the doctoral journey’) and then students will meet in their teams with their allocated faculty member. After presentations and discussions, each student will receive detailed feedback from their faculty member and their peers. The Friday session will finish with an online social event, so that students can meet all of the other faculty members.
  • Saturday June 5th: Main workshop sessions (continued). From 15:00 (CET), students will meet the editors of key innovation management journals and hear their views on publishing. Further plenary sessions will include guest speakers and discussions on the ‘doctoral journey’. The session will finish at 18:30 CET.  

Upon successful completion of the seminar (full attendance), the participants will be given a certificate and granted 2 ECTS.

IPDMC 2021 - Peer Review Workshop - Wednesday June 9

Wednesday June 9 - 2PM (CET)
(3 hours session)
 

Professors Gloria Barczak and Abbie Griffin

 

Peer reviewing is an essential component of the academic research process. As noted by Tsang (2013), “A competent, well-crafted review provides constructive comments that help authors strengthen their paper, regardless of whether the paper is eventually accepted for publication” (Tsang, 2013, p. 168).  Unfortunately, most PhD students and junior faculty have not received formal training in how to do an effective peer review: they learn by the trial and error of doing or by working with their advisor, who is likely to be an experienced reviewer, though not necessarily a good one (Tsang and Frey, 2007; Smith, 2006). Raelin (2008) argues that more workshops on crafting peer reviews should be conducted for early-stage academics. In fact, at a recent North American Editor Symposium sponsored by Wiley & Sons Publishing, early career researchers voiced concerns about “how to handle and respond to peer reviews, as well as the difficulty in becoming a peer reviewer” (Tan and Tofts, 2019).

This workshop is designed to provide a foundation for young researchers (PhD students and junior faculty[1]) to enhance their skill at delivering high quality, professional, and constructive reviews to academic peers. The workshop will provide an overview of what constitutes a high-quality review, the myriad benefits of reviewing, the expectations (5 R’s) of high-quality reviewers, and a reviewing template.

 

References:

Raelin, Joseph. 2008. Refereeing the Game of Peer Review, Academy of Management Learning and Education, 7(1): 124-129.

Smith, Richard. 2006. Peer Review: A Flawed Process at the Heart of Science and Journals, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 99: 178-182.

Tan, Serena and Jon Tufts. 2019. The Challenges Faced by Early Career Researchers, The Wiley Network, June

Tsang, Eric W. K. 2013. Is this Referee Really my Peer? A Challenge to the Peer Review Process, Journal of Management Inquiry, 22 (2): 166-171.

Tsang, Eric W. K. and Bruno S. Frey. 2007. The As-Is Journal Review Process: Let Authors Own their Ideas, Academy of Management Learning and Education, 6(1): 128-136.

 

OUTLINE OF THE SESSION (3 hours)

In order to prepare for the workshop, participants will be sent the article “Effective Reviewing for Conceptual Journal Submissions” by Griffin and Barczak, AMS Review, (2020) 10:36–48 to read one week prior to the workshop.

 

Part A:  Motivation for the Article/Book

Importance of Peer Review
The Problems
Definition of a “High Quality Review”

Part B: Pedagogy                                                                

Why it is important to review? What’s In It For Me (WIIFM)
Expectations of Reviewers – The 5 R’s
Types of papers one may expect to review

Part C: Review Template

Review Template

Part D: Q &A



ATTENDANCE FEE :  25 EUR + VAT

 The number of participants is limited
Acceptance of the registration for the workshop is on a “first come, first served basis”


Click HERE to register to the Peer Review Workshop.
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IPDMC 2021 - ‘Telling the Story and Showing the Evidence’: How to Conduct Rigorous Case Study Research - Wednesday June 9

Wednesday June 9 - 2PM (CET)
(3 hours session)

 

Professors Keith Goffin*, Pär Åhlström* and Helen Perks**

*House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
**University of Nottingham, UK

 

INTRODUCTION

‘Telling the Story and Showing the Evidence’: How to Conduct Rigorous Case Study Research is an online professional development workshop. It was first run in 2020 and it is being offered again at the IPDMC in 2021. The workshop will be run on Wednesday 9th June at 14:00 (CET). It will be interactive, based on but expanding on the material covered in recent studies (Goffin et al, 2019; Perks and Roberts, 2013). Case study research is an appropriate methodology in many innovation studies and the workshop aims to give researchers new perspectives about when and how to apply this methodology.

FORMAT

The 3-hour workshop for up to 40 delegates, to be run online on by three faculty. It will include presentations, group discussions, and active plenary discussions.


WORKSHOP AIMS

  1. To discuss the current quality and of case study research in the innovation management field (based on Goffin et al, 2019).
  2. To understand the specific challenges that longitudinal case studies entail (based on Perks and Roberts, 2013).
  3. To describe how to conduct high-quality, robust case study research.
  4. To explain the utility of the CASET template (case study evaluation template). This template uses 10 criteria to assess case study research
  5. To make clear recommendations on effective practices and tactics for presenting case study research for publication in leading innovation management journals.

Workshop Style / Pre-reading

  • The articles Goffin et al (2019) and Perks and Roberts (2013) are essential pre-reading and will be sent as pdfs to registered delegates.
  • The workshop discussions will go further than the material in the two above articles, particularly into how case study research can be effectively presented and interpreted. For these discussions, delegates should please prepare short answers to the following for questions:
  1. When you write up case research, what are the main ways in which you ensure that the reader can follow how you reached your conclusions?
  2. When you write-up case study research, what are the main ways in which you demonstrate the contribution of your research?
  3. Can you identify any specific tactics that top researchers use in presenting their case study research?
  4. Can you identify any specific tactics that top researchers use in interpreting their case study research?

Delegates will be presented with practical ways to address the challenges in conducting and published case study research will be covered.

 

Workshop Preliminary Schedule

NOTE : the times below are CEST Times (i.e. Milan / Frankfurt / Paris times)

14:00   Introduction and aims
14:10   Summary of the findings in Goffin (2019)
14:30   Summary of the findings of Perks and Roberts (2013)
15:10   How to utilize the CASET Template (with 10 criteria)
                   - To review articles (with practical example on one article)
                   - To support the design of high-quality case study research
15:25   Case presentation and case interpretation
15:45   15-minute Break (and then return to your group room)
16:00   Three online Discussion Groups with faculty [groups TBD]
        

Discussion / electronic chat based around the four questions sent in advance. Each group will discuss/chat. As time is limited, the focus of the discussion will be on Questions 1-2. In each group one volunteer (with faculty support) will be asked to take notes and feedback to plenary the main points / most interesting of the discussion in 3 minutes (rather than answering every question):

  1. When you write up case research, what are the main ways in which you ensure that the reader can follow how you reached your conclusions?
  2. When you write-up case study research, what are the main ways in which you demonstrate the contribution of your research?
  3. Can you identify any specific tactics that top researchers use in presenting their case study research?
  4. Can you identify any specific tactics that top researchers use in interpreting their case study research?

16:45     Plenary: each group will report back on the highlights from their discussion         

17:00     All delegates move to evening keynote session and finish


PRE-READING

GOFFIN, K., ÅHLSTROM, P., BIANCHI, M. and RICHTNÉR, A., “Perspective: State-of-the-Art: The
Quality of Case Study Research in Innovation Management”, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 36, No. 5, September 2019, p586-615 (available from: https://www.hhs.se/en/research/research-houses/house-of-innovation/the-research/quality-in-research-processes/observatory-on-case-study-research-in-innovation-management/ ). Note that the authors have purchased the copyright on this paper and so it can be freely copied and distributed.

PERKS, H. and ROBERTS, D. “A review of longitudinal research in the product innovation field, with discussion of utility and conduct of sequence analysis”, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp1099–1111.


 

ATTENDANCE FEE :  25 EUR + VAT

 The number of participants is limited
Acceptance of the registration for the workshop is on a “first come, first served basis”


Click HERE to register
to the Workshop on ‘Telling the Story and Showing the Evidence’
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PRACTICALITIES

FEES

Special fee reduction for PhD Students :

We are happy to inform you that EIASM is offering a 50 %  reduction on the conference attendance fees payable by PhD Students:

  • 105 EUR + VAT for PhDs from member institutions of the EIASM Academic Council;
     
  • 125 EUR + VAT  to the others. 

This offer comes with some conditions. It is applicable to the following:

  • PhD students who are sole authors of an accepted paper in the conference programme or
  • PhD students who are co-authors of an accepted paper. In this case, at least one other co-author (who is not a PhD student) should be registered also for the conference when requesting the reduction or
  •  Any PhD students interested in attending the conference (but not involved in a paper that will be presented at the conference)

To take advantage of the special offer, please send an email HERE attaching your CV. (create your profile in our system in case it does not exist yet -  www.eiasm.org ). You will then be invoiced accordingly.

If you are author or co-author of an accepted paper, please mention the title of the paper. On review, you will be invoiced accordingly.

Fee for the other participants :

 

   
For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
Academic Council
254,10 € (including 44,10 € VAT)
For participants coming from another academic institution 302,50 € (including 52,50 € VAT)

Cancellations made before May 10, 2021 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.

Payments should be made by :

  • The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access

ADMINISTRATION

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