Open source innovation : the phenomenon, participant's behavior, business implicationsMaterial type: BookSeries: Routledge studies in innovation, organization and technology ; 37.Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, c2015.Description: xix, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781138802025Subject(s): Open source software | Technological innovations | New productsDDC classification: 005.3 Online resources: Location Map
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The phenomenon -- What is open source innovation? / Ehls -- Motivation of participants to contribute to online communities / Janzik -- Open source software and open content : a comparison / Ehls -- Open source innovation as a phenomenon-based research field : puzzles and paradigms / Raasch/Spaeht/Lee -- Participant's behavior -- Open source participation behavior : a review and introduction of a -- Participation lifecycle model / Ehls -- Joining open source communities contingent on individual user traits / Ehls -- Exogenous vs. endogenous governance in innovation communities : effects on motivation, conflict and justice / Stormer -- Managing member specialization in online innovation communities / Bierwald/ Ehls -- Implications : the impact of open source innovation -- How open is open source : software and beyond / Balka -- Men on the inside' : how firms can strategically influence open source communities / Lee -- Innovation effort as "productive consumption?" : the power of participation benefits to amplify innovation / Raasch/ Hippel -- The new normal of innovation management : towards a dual ? open and closed ? innovation logic / Foller/Hutter -- List of contributors -- Index.
Open Source Innovation (OSI) has gained considerable momentum within the last years. Academic and management practice interest grows as more and more end-users consider and even participate in Open Source product development like Linux, Android, or Wikipedia. Open Source Innovation: The Phenomenon, Participant's Behavior, Business Implications brings together rigorous academic research and business importance in scrutinizing OCI from three perspectives: The Phenomenon, Participants' Behavior, and Business Implications.