I see the talk as an extension of my ongoing work on OUCI. As with all invited talks, it is a great privilege and honor to be invited to speak at such an event.
For the people who were in the room, I wanted to post some references to the topics I talked about:
- A reading list of references for open, user and cumulative innovation — both my personal recommendations and by citation counts
- A reading list of open source academic publications
- Open innovation research:
- The manuscript of Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm.
- The September 2009 special issue of R&D Management, including the oft-cited Enkel, Gassmann and Chesbrough introductory article.
- Community research:
- The paper Karim Lakhani and I did on communities in OI
- Peter Meyer’s talk on cumulative innovation in late 18th century development of the airplane.
- My Business Week column on the difficulty firms have giving up control of communities
- Academic classification questions:
- Henry Chesbrough’s comments on Pasteur’s Quadrant and the value of observing industry practice.
- My own work:
I thought the references might also be useful to new readers of the blog. I hope to post my slides and additional thoughts late this week or next week after I get home.