An exploration of knowledge creation processes in Open Innovation [thesis]

Janine Shirley Lay
This study examined the creation of knowledge in two embedded cases of Open Innovation (OI) in a complex technological setting. The study focused on the role of boundaries in knowledge flow and knowledge creation and sought to understand how boundaries shape the trajectory of an OI project. While the OI literature is well-developed, most studies are at the level of the organisation and have examined instances of innovation, rather than longitudinal OI processes.
doi:10.14264/uql.2020.166 fatcat:t4rjcksvx5h4nlchdax4zk44c4