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Conceptualization of hackathon for innovation management

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Conceptualization of hackathon for innovation management. / Halvari, Seija; Suominen, Anu; Jussila, Jari; Jonsson, Vilho; Bäckman, Johan.

The proceedings of The XXX ISPIM INNOVATION CONFERENCE - Celebrating Innovation - 500 Years Since Da Vinci The International Society for Professional Innovation Management: 16-19 June 2019 - Florence, Italy. ed. / Iain Bitran; Steffen Conn; Chris Gernreich; Michelle Heber; K.R.E. Huizingh; Olga Kokshagina; Marko Torkkeli; Marcus Tynnhammer. Vol. 93 Florence Italy : The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM), 2019.

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Harvard

Halvari, S, Suominen, A, Jussila, J, Jonsson, V & Bäckman, J 2019, Conceptualization of hackathon for innovation management. in I Bitran, S Conn, C Gernreich, M Heber, KRE Huizingh, O Kokshagina, M Torkkeli & M Tynnhammer (eds), The proceedings of The XXX ISPIM INNOVATION CONFERENCE - Celebrating Innovation - 500 Years Since Da Vinci The International Society for Professional Innovation Management: 16-19 June 2019 - Florence, Italy. vol. 93, The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM), Florence Italy, ISPIM The International Society for Professional Innovation Management, 1/01/10.

APA

Halvari, S., Suominen, A., Jussila, J., Jonsson, V., & Bäckman, J. (2019). Conceptualization of hackathon for innovation management. In I. Bitran, S. Conn, C. Gernreich, M. Heber, K. R. E. Huizingh, O. Kokshagina, M. Torkkeli, ... M. Tynnhammer (Eds.), The proceedings of The XXX ISPIM INNOVATION CONFERENCE - Celebrating Innovation - 500 Years Since Da Vinci The International Society for Professional Innovation Management: 16-19 June 2019 - Florence, Italy (Vol. 93). Florence Italy: The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM).

Vancouver

Halvari S, Suominen A, Jussila J, Jonsson V, Bäckman J. Conceptualization of hackathon for innovation management. In Bitran I, Conn S, Gernreich C, Heber M, Huizingh KRE, Kokshagina O, Torkkeli M, Tynnhammer M, editors, The proceedings of The XXX ISPIM INNOVATION CONFERENCE - Celebrating Innovation - 500 Years Since Da Vinci The International Society for Professional Innovation Management: 16-19 June 2019 - Florence, Italy. Vol. 93. Florence Italy: The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM). 2019

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Halvari, Seija ; Suominen, Anu ; Jussila, Jari ; Jonsson, Vilho ; Bäckman, Johan. / Conceptualization of hackathon for innovation management. The proceedings of The XXX ISPIM INNOVATION CONFERENCE - Celebrating Innovation - 500 Years Since Da Vinci The International Society for Professional Innovation Management: 16-19 June 2019 - Florence, Italy. editor / Iain Bitran ; Steffen Conn ; Chris Gernreich ; Michelle Heber ; K.R.E. Huizingh ; Olga Kokshagina ; Marko Torkkeli ; Marcus Tynnhammer. Vol. 93 Florence Italy : The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM), 2019.

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abstract = "Although hackathons have become a popular phenomenon beyond the IT industry, the current use of the concept is ambiguous. However, concept definitions are essential building blocks of theory. Therefore, this paper addresses the hackathon as a concept. Following the conceptualization model of Podsakoff et al. (2016), this paper studies the attributes of the hackathon concept. Specifically, it focuses on the necessary and sufficient concept structure of the hackathon as a phenomenon and presents the eight necessary and sufficient attributes of the hackathon. Moreover, it proposes three main categories for the eight attributes, i.e. the concepts of 1) short time-bounded event, 2) coopetition, and 3) radical collocation. Furthermore, this exploratory paper defines the hackathon as an innovation contest. The results will benefit both academics studying hackathons and companies who aim to enhance their innovation management, especially in the fuzzy front end of innovation.",
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