Dissemination Seminar at Stanford University

Dissemination Seminar at Stanford University

April 29-30, 2014

 

A seminar was held at Stanford University to disseminate the project’s research findings and to engage in further collaboration negotiations.

 

Selected highlights of the presentations from the first seminar day

 

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Opening words – Nyberg, T.

 

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Keynote – Nelson, M.

 

 

Evolution of data economy. Lessons from the 19th century US railroad history - Pantzar, M.

Evolution of data economy. Lessons from the 19th century US railroad history – Pantzar, M.

 

 

Ecosystem case - Quihuis, M.

Ecosystem case – Quihuis, M.

 

Other presentations

  • Open for suggestions – Piezunka, H.
  • Foundation and concepts of future Dynamic Value Networks – Peltonen, J.
  • Behavior of a networked firm – Nyman, G.
  • Search, absorptive capacity and innovation performance: The role of specialist and generalist knowledge workers – Peltonen, J. & Laine, M.
  • Social manufacturing – Nyberg, T.
  • Internet of Behaviors initiative – Tuomisaari, H.
  • Alliance portfolio composition and firm performance – Karjalainen, J.

 

In sum, prerequisites for further collaboration were established and will continue in the form of further seminar series.

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