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A framework for investigating open innovation processes in ISD
O'Neill, Susan; Conboy, Kieran; Morgan, Lorraine
The theme of this year’s ICIS conference focuses on connectivity and collaboration. In Information Systems Development (ISD) these concepts are increasingly important as developing effective information systems is rarely a task that can be completed in isolation by a single co-located team. Connectivity and collaboration with a wide range of external sources of knowledge is required; a trend which is in line with the concept of Open Innovation - the flow of ideas into and out of an organization. The literature on Open Innovation (OI) uses a variety of definitions and focal points, which do not yet cohere into a useable analytical framework. This research-in-progress paper proposes an important and unique tailoring of a widely used ISD framework, Method-in-Action. By integrating the literature on OI, a conceptual framework has been developed which illustrates some significant aspects and factors which need to be considered when investigating open innovation process use in ISD.
Keyword(s): open innovation; systems development; collaboration
Publication Date:
2011
Type: Conference item
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: University of Limerick
Funder(s): Science Foundation Ireland
Citation(s): Thirty Second International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2011);
10/CE/11855
Publisher(s): IEEE Computer Society
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