Open Societal Innovation: The Alemannic Definition

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Jörn von Lucke

Zeppelin University

Johann Herzberg

Independent

Ulrike Kluge

Independent

Jan vom Brocke

University of Liechtenstein

Oliver Müller

University of Liechtenstein

Hans-Dieter Zimmermann

FHS St. Gallen, University of Applied Sciences

Date Written: December 2012

Abstract

Open societal innovation (OSI) refers to the adaptation and subsequent sustainable use of appropriate open innovation approaches from business, adapted and utilized by state and society to solve societal challenges.

Particularly desirable is the creation of an innovation culture that appeals to and includes all societal actors equally, thus providing innovative potential for the community and the entire Lake Constance region.

Suggested Citation

von Lucke, Jörn and Herzberg, Johann and Kluge, Ulrike and vom Brocke, Jan and Müller, Oliver and Zimmermann, Hans-Dieter, Open Societal Innovation: The Alemannic Definition (December 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2195435 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2195435

Jörn Von Lucke (Contact Author)

Zeppelin University ( email )

Am Seemooser Horn 20
Friedrichshafen, Lake Constance 88045
Germany

Johann Herzberg

Independent ( email )

Ulrike Kluge

Independent ( email )

Jan Vom Brocke

University of Liechtenstein ( email )

Fürst Franz Josef Strasse
Vaduz, 9490
Liechtenstein

Oliver Müller

University of Liechtenstein ( email )

Fuerst-Franz-Josef-Strasse
Vaduz, Liechtenstein 9490
Liechtenstein

Hans-Dieter Zimmermann

FHS St. Gallen, University of Applied Sciences ( email )

Rosenbergstrasse 59
St. Gallen, SG 9001
Switzerland

HOME PAGE: http://www.hdzimmermann.net

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