Co-developing agile stage-gate in Danish SMEs

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    Abstract

    Existing research on participatory innovation mainly investigates collaborative processes of new product development between innovative organisation and users. In this paper, we contribute to research on participatory innovation by focusing
    on the co-development of new process development, rather than new product development. Overall, our study outlines the potential of a participatory innovation framework for new process development in which a codeveloping network participate in planned interactions that (1) fit the purpose of the project and (2) includes opportunities for by-product interactions and meanings that emerge in and across participants in between the planned activities.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2018
    Publication statusPublished - 2018
    EventPIN-C 2018: PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT - Eskilstuna, Sweden
    Duration: 11 Jan 201813 Jan 2018

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    ConferencePIN-C 2018: PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
    CountrySweden
    CityEskilstuna
    Period11/01/201813/01/2018

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    Nardelli, G., & Edwards, K. (2018). Co-developing agile stage-gate in Danish SMEs. 360-364. Paper presented at PIN-C 2018: PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, Eskilstuna, Sweden.
    Nardelli, Giulia ; Edwards, Kasper. / Co-developing agile stage-gate in Danish SMEs. Paper presented at PIN-C 2018: PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, Eskilstuna, Sweden.
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    Nardelli, G & Edwards, K 2018, 'Co-developing agile stage-gate in Danish SMEs' Paper presented at PIN-C 2018: PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, Eskilstuna, Sweden, 11/01/2018 - 13/01/2018, pp. 360-364.

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    2018. 360-364 Paper presented at PIN-C 2018: PRACTICE-BASED INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, Eskilstuna, Sweden.

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