Innovation Research

  • Association of a Regional Health Improvement Collaborative with Rates of Ambulatory Care Sensitive Hospitalizations and Associated Costs (Tanenbaum, Cebul, Votruba, Einstader 2018)
  • Digital affordances, spatial affordances, and the genesis of entrepreneurial ecosystems. (Autio, Nambisan, Thomas, Wright 2018)
  • On Open Innovation, Platforms, and Entrepreneurship (Nambisan, Siegel, Kenney 2018)
  • Open Innovation, Ecosystems and Entrepreneurship: Issues and Perspectives (Nambisan 2018)
  • R&D investments in the presence of knowledge spillover and debt financing: can risk-shifting cure free-riding? (Ning, Babich 2018)
  • Digital entrepreneurship: Toward a digital technology perspective of entrepreneurship. (Nambisan 2017)
  • Digital innovation management: Reinventing innovation management research in a digital world. (Nambisan, Lyytinen, Majchrzak, Song 2017)
  • How should organizations promote equitable distribution of benefits from technological innovation in health care? (Nambisan, Nambisan 2017)
  • Management Misinformation Systems- A Time to Revisit? (Lyytinen, Grover 2017)
  • SPECIAL ISSUE: IT AND INNOVATION (Lyytinen, Nambisan, Majrzchak 2017)
  • THE NEW CHANGE EQUATION (Cooperrider 2017)
  • “How Can Steering Committees Manage Change Through Dynamic Capabilities to Increase System Satisfaction?”, (Lyytinen, Krish, Somers 2017)
  • Industrial Dynamics: A Review of the Literature, 1990-2009 (Carlsson 2016)
  • Returns to Indian Art during 2000-2013 (Hawkins, Saini 2016)
  • The positive effect of expressing negative emotions on knowledge creation capability and performance of project teams (Stephens, Carmeli 2016)
  • Distributed tuning of boundary resources: the case of Apple’s iOS service system (Eaton, Elaluf-Calderwood, Sorensen, Yoo 2015)
  • Service innovation: A Service-Dominant (S-D) logic perspective (Lusch, Nambisan 2015)
  • Strategically Equivalent Contests (Chowdhury, Sheremeta 2015)
  • The aesthetic knowledge problem of problem-solving with design thinking (Stephens, Boland 2015)
  • “Managing Identity Tensions within Mobile Ecosystems” (Lyytinen, Eriksson, Lindgren 2015)
  • Government’s role in Standardization in the Catching-up Context: Case of China's Mobile System” (Gao, Yu, Lyytinen 2014)
  • Best-of-Three Contest Experiments: Strategic Versus Psychological Momentum (Mago , Sheremeta, Yates 2013)
  • Industry technical committees, technological distance, and innovation performance (Nambisan 2013)
  • Side-Payments and the Costs of Conflict (Kimbrough, Sheremeta 2013)
  • The Generative Diffusion of Innovation. (Richley, Cooperrider 2013)
  • The Positive Arc of Systemic Strengths: How Appreciative Inquiry and Sustainable Designing Can Bring Out the Best in Human Systems (Cooperrider, Mcquaid 2013)
  • The Power of Customer MisBehavior (Lyytinen, Fisher, 2013)
  • Top Guns May Not Fire: Best-Shot Group Contests with Group-Specific Public Good Prizes (Chowdhury , Lee, Sheremeta 2013)
  • Vision, Experiment, and Learn: How to innovate radically in CE/IT industries in the era of pervasive digitalization. (Chuang, Lyytinen, Lingham 2013)
  • Bottom-up Learning in Marketing Frontlines: Conceptualization, Processes, and Consequences (Ye, Marinova, Singh 2012)
  • Exploring Accounting Doctoral Program Decline: Variation and the Search for Antecedents,” (Fogarty, Holder 2012)
  • Organizing for Innovation in the Digitized World (Yoo, Boland, Jr., Lyytinen, Majrczchak 2012)
  • The Concentration Effect of Strengths: How the Whole System Ai Summit Brings Out the Best in Human Enterprise (Cooperrider 2012)
  • Three Circles of the Strengths Revolution (Cooperrider 2012)
  • New Knowledge: The Driving Force of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development (Carlsson 2011)
  • Different roles, different strokes: Organizing virtual customer environments to promote two types of customer contributions (Nambisan, Baron 2010)
  • Digital Infrastructures: The Missing IS Research Agenda (Lyytinen, Tilson, Sorensen 2010)
  • Entry into Winner-Take-All and Proportional-Prize Contests: An Experimental Study (Cason, Masters, Sheremeta 2010)
  • Learning routines during Disruptive technological change: Hyper-learning in seven Software Development Organizations (SDO) during Internet adoption (Lyytinen, Rose, Yoo 2010)
  • Pragmatic Learning Theory: An Inquiry-Action Framework for Distributive Consumer Learning in Online Communities (Jayanti, Singh 2010)
  • Reflections on the Co-Evolution of Innovation Theory, Policy and Practice: The Emergence of the Swedish Agency for Innovation systems (Carlsson, Elg, Jacobsson 2010)
  • Social Networks and Information Systems: Ongoing and Future Research Streams (Oinas-Kukkonen, Lyytinen, Yoo 2010)
  • Special Issue on Social Networks (Lyytinen 2010)
  • The Brave New World of Design Requirements: Four Key Principles” (Lyytinen 2010)
  • The Missing Link: Knowledge Diffusion and Entrepreneurship in Endogenous Growth (Carlsson, Braunerhjelm, Acs, Audretsch 2010)
  • The New Organizing Logics of Digital Innovation: An Agenda for Information Systems Research (Lyytinen, Yoo, Hendfridsson 2010)
  • Coaching for Consequences: Coaching with compassion versus coaching for Compliance (Boyatzis, Smith, Van Oosten 2009)
  • Reflektioner om min tid på IUI (Reflections on my Time at the IUI) (Carlsson 2009)
  • Technology development in Asia (Lynn 2009)
  • An Expanded and Strategic View of Discontinuous Innovations: Deploying a Service-Dominant Logic (Michel, Brown, Gallan 2008)
  • Service-Logic Innovations: How to Innovate Customers, Not Products (Gallan, Michel, Brown 2008)
  • Delivering Health Care (Kremer, Clingingsmith 2007)
  • The Global Brain: Your Roadmap for Innovating Faster and Smarter in a Networked World (Nambisan, Sawhney 2007)
  • "“Computing” Requirements for Open Source Software: A Distributed Cognitive Approach", (Lyyytinen, Hansen, Lindberg, Xiao)
  • ): “Unpacking The Dynamics of IS User Improvisation: A Research Framework” (Lyytinen)
  • Boundary Spanning Competencies and Information System Development Project Success (Lyytinen)
  • Disruptive Organizational Simulation (Cohen)
  • Entrepreneurship and Public Policy in Emerging Clusters (Carlsson)
  • Institutional Resistance, Loose Coupling, and Pluralistic Responses to Enterprise System Implementation: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis (Berente, Mauer, Lyytinen, Yoo)
  • Mitigating Hold-up Through Complementarities and Refunds (Hawkins)
  • Multi-Battle Contests: An Experimental Study (Mago, Sheremeta)
  • Our Digital World: New Challenges for IS Research (Myers, Baskerville, Yoo)
  • TESLA: TESTING A BUSINESS MODEL AT ITS (R)EVOLUTIONARY BEST (CHATTERJEE, Terez)
  • Towards an Open Source Software Development Life Cycle” (Lyytinen, Lindberg, Berente)
  • “Bonnier: Digitalizing the Media Business” (Lyytinen)
  • “Challenges in Contemporary Requirements Practice”, (Lyytinen)
  • “Decelerating IT Innovation: Negotiating Global IT Innovation Initiatives in Local Settings (Lyytinen)
  • “Desperately seeking the Infrastructure in IS Research: Conceptualization of "Digital Convergence" (Lyytinen)
  • “Innovation Among Different Classes of Software Development Organizations", (Lyyytinen, Lindberg, Berente, Gaskin, )
  • “Rules, Practices and Information Technology (IT): A Trifecta of Organizational Regulation”, (Lyyytinen, Vaujanay, Fomin, Haefleger)
  • “Sense-shaping: The Dynamics of Sense-Making and Sensegiving in High Velocity Product Innovation”, (Lyyytinen, Nagaraj, Boland, Jr., )
  • “Unbounded Innovation with Digitalization: A Case of Digital Camera (Lyytinen)