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Examples of the Impact of Collaboration in Creative and Technological Practices

Stuart Cunningham, Rae A Earnshaw, Dan Berry, Peter S Excell, Estelle Thompson
2017 International Journal of Art Culture and Design Technologies  
Consideration, via a second case study, is then given to creative multidisciplinary work, specifically in the field of crowd-accelerated development and the factors that surround it, leading us to devise  ...  One of the most identifiable characteristics of the creative industries is the range and diversity of people who work in the field.  ...  Crowd-accelerated innovation is facilitated by advancing technologies.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijacdt.2017070104 fatcat:3lnuecinxvf5jf3y4jz3q6knza

Collaborative Governance? [chapter]

Siao See Teng, Justin Lee
2016 Singapore Perspectives  
A prime example of innovative government collaboration is the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY), a large, multi-sectoral network incorporating organisational and individual members  ...  The hierarchical model of government is in decline, pushed by governments' appetites to solve ever more complicated problems and pulled by new tools that allow innovators to fashion creative responses.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789813208384_0002 fatcat:ip3fiz5gebathbnlddytcnr4ky

Collaborative Science to Enhance Coastal Resilience and Adaptation

C. Reid Nichols, Lynn D. Wright, Scott J. Bainbridge, Arthur Cosby, Alain Hénaff, Jon D. Loftis, Lucie Cocquempot, Sridhar Katragadda, Gina R. Mendez, Pauline Letortu, Nicolas Le Dantec, Donald Resio (+1 others)
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Innovative technologies and nature-based solutions are already helping to reduce vulnerability from coastal hazards in some localities but more focus on local circumstances, as opposed to global solutions  ...  Consequently, people living near the coast require environmental intelligence in the form of reliable shortterm and long-term predictions in order to anticipate, prepare for, adapt to, resist, and recover  ...  Integrating social and physical sciences is challenging, given the multiplicity of approaches and subjects of study; however, the acceleration of climate change is increasingly demanding creative and integrated  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00404 fatcat:n5hv7byc4bhgxb3auc3dcxoha4

Adoption of social software for collaboration

Lei Zhang
2010 Proceedings of the International Conference on Management of Emergent Digital EcoSystems - MEDES '10  
She says, "Today, the question of innovation and achieving it through cross-disciplinary collaboration and knowledge sharing is well beyond deep expertise or broad horizons.  ...  Inkpen(1996) argues that it is necessary to foster 'creative chaos' to promote innovation and creativity.  ...  Assessment of student groups' blog content and report  ... 
doi:10.1145/1936254.1936301 dblp:conf/medes/Zhang10 fatcat:utdpfvltvvb5lbgvxwqgha27um

Service‐learning 2.0 for the twenty‐first century

Fahri Karakas, Mustafa Kavas, Laurie N. DiPadova‐Stocks
2009 International Journal of Organizational Analysis  
open innovation, c) appreciative inquiry and positive organizational scholarship, and d) self-organizing systems and the new sciences.  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to introduce service-learning 2.0 model based on four new paradigms in the global business landscape: connectivity, creativity, community, and complexity.  ...  They tap into the global brain and benefit from the global talent pool (learning from the wisdom of crowds) to catalyze innovation and creativity in the digital ecosystem.  ... 
doi:10.1108/19348830910948896 fatcat:7vutbe2rlnfi5az6c7x3kymbly

Opening science: towards an agenda of open science in academia and industry

Sascha Friesike, Bastian Widenmayer, Oliver Gassmann, Thomas Schildhauer
2014 Journal of Technology Transfer  
The shift towards open innovation has substantially changed the academic and practical understanding of corporate innovation.  ...  So far, the impact and implications of the general tendency towards more openness in academic and industrial science at the very front-end of the innovation process have been mostly neglected.  ...  Constructivistic Exploitative Marblar A creative playground that takes over-looked technology and unleashes a crowd of multi-disciplined people to discover new applications X Mendeley Partially  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10961-014-9375-6 fatcat:6ghq545c4bhbna7h35avpr2loq

The FuturIcT Knowledge Accelerator: Unleashing the Power of Information for a Sustainable Future [article]

Dirk Helbing
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Due to the connotations, we use the term knowledge accelerator, here.  ...  With our knowledge of the universe, we have sent men to the moon. We know microscopic details of objects around us and within us.  ...  Using crowd-sourcing and reputation systems, an innovation accelerator will be built to support the collaboration of the best fitting partners.  ... 
arXiv:1004.4969v2 fatcat:gp6ukpvmqjcrnh2k7e7muzf6yy

Urban informatics

Marcus Foth, Jaz Hee-jeong Choi, Christine Satchell
2011 Proceedings of the ACM 2011 conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '11  
and methods, and to draw out distinctions that our affiliation with the Creative Industries Faculty affords.  ...  The increasing ubiquity of digital technology, internet services and social media in our everyday lives allows for a seamless transitioning between the visible and the invisible infrastructure of cities  ...  Being hosted by the Creative Industries Faculty, and specifically the cross-faculty research Institute for Creative Industries and Innovation at QUT enables our projects to embrace the creative energy  ... 
doi:10.1145/1958824.1958826 dblp:conf/cscw/FothCS11 fatcat:ny4fzxlty5bpnb2kxsgs4wn5qa

The FuturICT Knowledge Accelerator: Unleashing the Power of Information for a Sustainable Future

Dirk Helbing
2010 Social Science Research Network  
Using crowd-sourcing and reputation systems, an innovation accelerator will be built to support the collaboration of the best fitting partners.  ...  special functionalities of the innovation accelerator).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1597095 fatcat:sgsde7bknre6dik7nbclmspbge


2019 Landscape Architecture Frontiers  
Maker space, co-working space, and even co-living space are gaining momentum over the past few years, which accelerates the integration of teams and talents, innovation and entrepreneurship, online and  ...  He also maps the waves of technological change that grow increasingly intense and lead towards continuous innovation, as a process of creative destruction where future cities will emerge [13] .  ... 
doi:10.15302/j-laf-20190202 fatcat:4wmtyxyr6bgshptazdhnqw2hlq

The Morphing Organization

Obinna Anya, Laura Carletti, Tim Coughlan, Karin Hansson, Sophia B. Liu
2014 Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Supporting Group Work - GROUP '14  
The systems and the collaborative processes they enable appear diametrically in dissonance with the norms and culture of collaboration and knowledge sharing in traditional organizations.  ...  However, establishing and integrating crowd-based systems into organizations is still an open question.  ...  Given the focus on designing computer support for group work based on a multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the specifics of both social engagements and technical requirements of collaborative  ... 
doi:10.1145/2660398.2660428 dblp:conf/group/AnyaCCHL14 fatcat:wr2smh7i6rcnpmtmkdaki3vtaq

IEEE Access Special Section Editorial: Urban Computing and Well-Being in Smart Cities: Services, Applications, Policymaking Considerations

Miltiadis D. Lytras, Anna Visvizi, Miguel Torres-Ruiz, Ernesto Damiani, Peiquan Jin
2020 IEEE Access  
Creativity and Innovation: The final direction of future smart cities research is related to creativity and innovation.  ...  utilization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2988125 fatcat:fdhp5j7ucfapzkmkmrleldpnsa

A new renaissance for creativity in technology and the arts in the context of virtual worlds

R. A. Earnshaw
2021 The Visual Computer  
If one Internet year is equivalent to seven calendar years, are virtual worlds being utilized as an effective accelerator for these new ideas and their implementation and evaluation?  ...  As collaboration is often involved in such research environments, does the technology make these collaborations effective? Have the limits of disciplinary approaches been reached?  ...  This massification of online exhibition spaces and users can result in interactions which accelerate innovation, just as crowd-funding facilitates the collection of funds for a particular objective in  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00371-021-02182-7 fatcat:3x3zeo7qujfbhez6jjbwjx3zoe

Entrepreneurship in an Established Company

John Boden
2009 Technology Innovation Management Review  
This article provides a description of how we took on the challenge of revitalizing innovation and entrepreneurship and how open source plays a part.  ...  There are some fundamental differences between how you go about being innovative in a startup and how you go about it when you have more than 350 customers in 75 countries already running their business  ...  We decided to bootstrap our innovation engine, starting with a contest. We chose team leaders who chose multi-disciplinary teams.  ... 
doaj:0ebb6442e6f14d55b348f3fb1df59282 fatcat:ccg4fg7pffhchgl4lhafvovnuq

Reframing a Novel Decentralized Knowledge Management Concept as a Desirable Vision: As We May Realize the Memex

Ulrich Schmitt
2021 Sustainability  
process and twelve triple-criteria-clusters combining innovative, technological, and vision-related qualities.  ...  This article follows up on the unsatisfactory and unsustainable state of current KM affairs suffering from accelerating information abundance, invisible work, structural interdisciplinary holes, lacking  ...  Many thanks also to the editor and the unknown reviewers for their expertise and assistance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13074038 fatcat:v42aqhl2jvglnbffzxxj3zwbu4
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