Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality?

Ada Scupola, Hanne Westh Nicolajsen

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    Resumé

    In this article we investigate open innovation in a non commercial setting: research libraries. The research questions are: Do academic libraries engage in open innovation processes? If so, what are the most important actors in e-services innovation and development and what is their role? By drawing on earlier research on open innovation, new product development and new service development a case study at Roskilde University Library is conducted. We found that research libraries are indeed engaging in open innovation, especially involving competitors, government agencies and users. In particular collaboration with other Danish research libraries and governmental agencies are important in setting the visions and strategies for e-services innovations; users have a more limited role.

    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelManagement of the Interconnected World
    RedaktørerA. D'Atri, M. De Marco, A.M. Braccini, F. Cabiddu
    Antal sider8
    Udgivelses stedBerlin Heidelberg
    ForlagPhysica-Verlag
    Publikationsdato2010
    Sider3-10
    ISBN (Trykt)978-3-7908-2403-2
    StatusUdgivet - 2010

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    Scupola, A., & Nicolajsen, H. W. (2010). Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality? I A. D'Atri, M. De Marco, A. M. Braccini, & F. Cabiddu (red.), Management of the Interconnected World (s. 3-10). Berlin Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag.
    Scupola, Ada ; Nicolajsen, Hanne Westh. / Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality?. Management of the Interconnected World. red. / A. D'Atri ; M. De Marco ; A.M. Braccini ; F. Cabiddu. Berlin Heidelberg : Physica-Verlag, 2010. s. 3-10
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    Scupola, A & Nicolajsen, HW 2010, Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality? i A D'Atri, M De Marco, AM Braccini & F Cabiddu (red), Management of the Interconnected World. Physica-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, s. 3-10.

    Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality? / Scupola, Ada; Nicolajsen, Hanne Westh.

    Management of the Interconnected World. red. / A. D'Atri; M. De Marco; A.M. Braccini; F. Cabiddu. Berlin Heidelberg : Physica-Verlag, 2010. s. 3-10.

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    Scupola A, Nicolajsen HW. Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality? I D'Atri A, De Marco M, Braccini AM, Cabiddu F, red., Management of the Interconnected World. Berlin Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag. 2010. s. 3-10