Online communities are becoming an important way to support innovation through an open approach. Knowledge shared in online communities can be explored and exploited through adequate absorptive capacities. The paper explores which factors allow an assessment of a firm’s absorptive capacity to exploit an online community as a source of innovation.

Francesconi, A., Bonazzi, R., Dossena, C., Solar System. A New Way to Model Online Communities for Open Innovation, in Spagnoletti, P. (ed.), Organizational Change and Information Systems, Springer, New York 2013: 205- 214 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/67045]

Solar System. A New Way to Model Online Communities for Open Innovation

Dossena, Claudia
2013

Abstract

Online communities are becoming an important way to support innovation through an open approach. Knowledge shared in online communities can be explored and exploited through adequate absorptive capacities. The paper explores which factors allow an assessment of a firm’s absorptive capacity to exploit an online community as a source of innovation.
Inglese
Organizational Change and Information Systems
978-3-642-37227-8
Springer
Francesconi, A., Bonazzi, R., Dossena, C., Solar System. A New Way to Model Online Communities for Open Innovation, in Spagnoletti, P. (ed.), Organizational Change and Information Systems, Springer, New York 2013: 205- 214 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/67045]
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