IPDMC 2022 - INNOVATION IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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INTRODUCING THE CONFERENCE
Within the next decade the challenges of global climate change will affect almost everything: the products that we consume, the production processes and the supply chains, business models of many industries, and most of all our way of living. It will change our societies in general. Products and services will have to be developed from the beginning to optimally meet the requirements of a circular economy. Companies will need to develop their processes (procurement, development, manufacturing, sales and recycling) accordingly and establish partner networks that facilitate access to appropriate resources and knowledge. These fundamental changes will require a lot of product and process innovations in practice. At the same time it will also offer challenges and opportunities for innovation research. At the 29th IPDMC 2022 we need to talk about these challenges and opportunities.
Professor Dr. Michael Braungart is a professor at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. He is also the founder of EPEA International Environmental Research in Hamburg, the cradle of Cradle to Cradle, co-founder and scientific director of McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC) in Charlottesville, Virginia (USA), and founder and scientific director of the Hamburg Environmental Institute (HUI). For decades, Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart has pioneered the Cradle to Cradle design concept. He has worked with many organizations and companies in different industries to develop tools for designing eco-effective products, business models and intelligent material pooling. For his work, Michael Braungart was awarded, among others, the Golden Flower of Rheydt, the oldest environmental protection award in Germany, in 2019.
Global NIVEA Marketing Development and Innovation Management / Beiersdorf
Lars Zirpins has been working at Beiersdorf AG for over 20 years in marketing for the world's largest skin care brand: NIVEA. His areas of responsibility now cover a very broad profile - from classic global, regional, and local product management to global intelligence and the development of an internal consultancy to worldwide brand management including capability building. Since September 2019, Lars Zirpins reports to Beiersdorf's CMO, heads the Marketing Development department, and holds the role of Innovation Executive for NIVEA.
URSULA VON DER LEYEN (to be confirmed!)
Ursula Gertrud von der Leyen is a German politician and physician who is President of the European Commission since December 1st, 2019. Prior to her current position, she served in the Cabinet of Germany from 2005 to 2019, holding successive positions in Angela Merkel's cabinet, serving most recently as Minister of Defence. Von der Leyen is a member of the centre-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its EU counterpart, the European People's Party (EPP). Von der Leyen is included in Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2020. According to the treaties, the President decides on the organisation of the Commission and allocates portfolios to individual Commissioners. The President also sets the Commission's policy agenda.The President represents the Commission in European Council meetings, G7 and G20 summits, summits with non-EU countries and major debates in the European Parliament and the Council. President von der Leyen was appointed by national leaders and elected by the European Parliament after she presented her Political Guidelines. These guidelines were inspired by her discussions with the parliament’s political groups, as well as by the European Council’s strategic agenda for 2019-2024. They set the work of the European institutions around six headline ambitions for Europe for this period: a European Green Deal, a Europe fit for the digital age, an economy that works for people, a stronger Europe in the world, promoting our European way of life, a new push for European democracy
Further keynote speakers are to be announced later.
2022 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:
RADICAL AND DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
USER AND COMMUNITY DRIVEN INNOVATION
BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION
INNOVATION in the Circular Economy and CRADLE-2-CRADLE INNOVATION
INNOVATION MANAGEMENT FOR RESILIENCE
SOCIAL AND FRUGAL INNOVATION
INNOVATION BY DESIGN
CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
DIGITAL INNOVATION AND TRANSFORMATION
LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION
INNOVATION IN OPERATIONS
INNOVATION IN FAMILY FIRMS AND SMES
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN INNOVATION
INNOVATION IN EMERGING MARKETS
NEW METHODS FOR INNOVATION RESEARCH
NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
INNOVATION NETWORKS AND STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
FORMAT OF THE SESSIONS 2022:
Regular Sessions (of one hour and a half) will consist of three papers. Each paper presentation (15 minutes) will be followed by a 5 minutes discussion and a 10 minutes plenary Q&A.
So besides presenting your own paper, each presenter is expected to contribute to the discussion of one of the other papers in the session.
IPDM CONFERENCE: 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 submit an extended abstract of about 500 words in length on/beforeDecember 10, 2021 (extended deadline). 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 June 1, 2022.
CALL FOR PAPERS
If you are interested in presenting a paper at the conference, you will be requested to submit your extended abstract (about 500 words)
before December 10, 2021 (23:59 CET) (extended deadline)
Instructions to submit an abstract (only pdf files are accepted!)
Click HERE to download the template to be used SAVE it into your files.
Fill in the items as requested.
Then click HEREto submit your proposal.
--- IMPORTANT--- You will be redirected to the X-CD submission platform. Note that the credentials used for your EIASM profile are not valid in the X-CD system
If you attended RENT 2020, you are already in the system, so enter your credentials in the dedicated box. If you are a First-Time of the X-CD abstract submission system, click on the “Create a Profile” button, and follow the instructions.
All abstracts are reviewed using a double blind review process. It is COMPULSORY that neither your name nor your contact details appear on the submission (the authors are recognized in the system via their login).
Submissions containing author’s information & submissions exceeding the wordcount requested will be deleted from the system !!!
VIEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS
(by Ken Schreiner)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The IPDM Conference is a unique opportunity for researchers of different backgrounds, but with a common interest in management of innovation, 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.
Cornelius HERSTATT - Hamburg University of Technology
Hans KOLLER - Helmut-Schmidt-University
Katharina HÖLZLE - University Potsdam
Christoph IHL - Hamburg University of Technology
Christian LÜTHJE - Hamburg University of Technology
Christina RAASCH - Kühne Logistics University
Carsten SCHULTZ - Christian-Albrechts-University zu Kiel
Consolidated list of Board and Scientific Committee Members :
Paul COUGHLAN - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland – Chair
Abbie GRIFFIN - University of Utah, U.S.A. - Vice-Chair
Annabeth AAGAARD – Aarhus University, Denmark
Nuran ACUR - University of Glasgow, U.K.
Marine AGOGUÉ – HEC Montréal, Canada
Gloria BARCZAK - Northeastern University, U.S.A.
Judith BEHRENS – Solvay Business School, Belgium
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.
Katrin ELING – Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Antonio FERNANDES - University of Porto, Portugal
Marta GASPARIN - University of Leicester, U.K.
Gerda GEMSER – RMIT-Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
Thomas GILLIER – Grenoble School of Management, France
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
Alexander KOCK – Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
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
Miia MARTINSUO – Tampere University, Finland
Erica MAZZOLA – Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy
Regina McNALLY - Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL, U.S.A.
Graziella MICHELANTE – EIASM, Belgium
Pietro MICHELI – University of Warwick, U.K.
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
Monika SCHUHMACHER – University of Giessen, Germany
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
Kim VAN OORSCHOT – BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Claus VARNES – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
SUBMITTING FINAL PAPERS : GUIDELINES
In order to be included in the conference program and the conference web site (only available to registered participants), accepted papers must be received by May 16, 2022 conditionally accepted papers must be received by April 25, 2022
Click HERE to see guidelines for the preparation of your final paper
Do not forget to mention your name and affiliation in the paper !
To upload their final paper, corresponding authors are requested to refer to the acceptance message and use the link provided.
When connecting to the system, it will be possible to change the original paper title, modify or complete the co-author information or contact person.