conference tickets: the conference takes place from thursday sept 14 through sunday sept 17. all prices are in USD. no VAT applicable. you can pay online with visa, masterCard, american express, jcb, and paypal express.
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daytrip on sept 17 is NOT included in the conference price.
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No cancelation or refund possible after Sept 1, 2017. Paying with cash is not possible, you can register only via this website.
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT, MOBILITY, FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Marcy Klevorn is executive vice president and president of Mobility, Ford Motor Company, effective June 1, 2017. In this role, she is responsible for overseeing Ford Smart Mobility LLC, which was formed last year to accelerate the company's plans to design, build, grow and invest in emerging mobility services, as well as Information Technology and Global Data, Insight and Analytics. She reports to Jim Hackett, Ford president and CEO. Previously, Klevorn was group vice president, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, a position to which she was named in January 2015 when she also was elected a Ford Motor Company officer. In this role, she has overseen the complete transformation of the company's IT tools and talent to put Ford in the forefront of technology companies globally. Klevorn has spent her entire Ford career in IT, serving in a variety of positions in The Americas, Ford of Europe and Ford Credit. She joined Ford in 1983 in Telecommunications Services and worked at various positions within Ford IT and Ford Credit through 2004. In 2005, she was appointed Product Lifecycle Management global director and implemented process changes in data and information management across product creation. In 2006, as Enterprise Defragmentation director, Klevorn led the strategy and implementation of infrastructure defragmentation, data center consolidation and overall systems management at Ford. From May 2006 through September 2011, she led Ford IT Operations. From September 2011 through September 2013, Klevorn served as IT Director for Ford of Europe, and was a member of the Ford of Europe Operating Committee. She then was named Director, Office of the CIO, responsible for managing Ford's global IT business applications, architecture, data centers, web-hosting requirements, engineering and infrastructure services. Klevorn holds seats on the boards of Lawrence Technological University and Pivotal, a cloud-based software technology leader. She was born in 1959 and earned a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Improvement Director, ImproveCareNow, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Sarah Myers is Executive Improvement Director of the ImproveCareNow Learning Health System and lead Quality Improvement Consultant at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. ImproveCareNow is a 2016 Drucker Prize winning community that is working to transform the health, care and costs for all children and adolescents with Inflammatory Bowel Disease by building a sustainable collaborative chronic care network. Sarah develops and implements innovative strategies aimed at the meaningful engagement and distributed leadership of all partners in the community, including parents, patients, clinicians, and researchers. She also designs strategies that enable successful scale up, continuous learning, and improvement in patient outcomes. She has nearly two decades of experience leading local, regional, and national research and quality improvement efforts related to public health, chronic illness, and patient safety at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and RAND.
Yuhong Zhou, Peter A. Gloor and Stephanie L. Woerner. Resilience through collaborative networks in emerging economies: evidence from Chinese venture capital (Download Pdf)
Kyle Nakamoto, Ken Riopelle, Julia Gluesing, Saju Malayil and Nabil Raad. Developing analytical insights for understanding the environment necessary for a COINs framework (Download Pdf)
Scott Boylston, Mark Fitzpatrick and Dave Miller. Reinvigorating a Culture of Re-use through Multi-stakeholder Collaboration (Download Pdf)
Mingxian Wang, Zhenghui Sha, Yun Huang, J. Sophia Fu, Yan Fu, Noshir Contractor and Wei Chen. Data-Driven Vehicle Preference Modeling and Prediction: A Multidimensional Network Analysis Approach (Download Pdf)
Beth Hadley, Peter A. Gloor, Stephanie L. Woerner and Yuhong Zhou. Analyzing VC Influence on Startup Success: They Might Not Be Good For You (Download Pdf)
Weslynne Ashton, Andre Nogueira and Carlos Teixeira. Repurposing vacated spaces in post-industrial cities (Download Pdf)
Jacob Leppek, Jen Bruen and John Schweitzer. Resilient Community and Economic Development through Collaborative Innovation Networks (Download Pdf)
Peter Praeder, Gloria Volkmann and Peter Gloor. Analyzing the Evolution of World Cultures through Epic Stories: From Gilgamesh to Games of Thrones (Download Pdf)
Pascal Budner, Joscha Eirich and Peter Gloor - Measuring and Increasing the Happiness of COINs with the Happimeter
Kavya Davuluri and Sergio Rodriguez - Optimizing Impact: Why Not Me?
Haruka Mori, Norihiko Kimura and Takashi Iba - Generating Societal Vision based on the Social Systems Theory
Bharat Maheshwari and Diane A. Isabelle - Resilience through academic Collaborative Innovation Networks: the case of Canada Research Chairs (Download Pdf)
Marcy Hessling O'Neil, Sandrine Chikou and Judith Vlafonou - WhatsApp Doc? Using COINs in class (Download Pdf)
Shannon Dare - Using Email to Map Collaboration Over Time to Improve Product Development Performance (Download Pdf)
Davide Aloini, Alessandro Stefanini, Peter Gloor, Riccardo Dulmin, Valeria Mininno, Luisa Pellegrini, Elisabetta Benevento, Matteo Ghilli, Carlo Milli, Marco Nerattini, Gabriella Pellegrini, Marzio Privato, Manuela Roncella and Carlo Tomassini - Interactions and Performance in Healthcare Teams: The Case of AUOP Brest Unit (Download Pdf)
Francesca Grippa, John Bucuvalas, Andrea Booth, Evaline Alessandrini and Andrea Fronzetti Colladon - Supporting Collaborative Health Care Teams through Knowledge Mapping (Download Pdf)
Nabil Raad and Kyle Nakamoto Raad - The Impact of Virtual Mirroring on Collaboration Patterns and Project Performance (Download Pdf)
Stephen Thorpe and Leanne Bint - Protecting New Zealand Native Birds: An Investigation into Founder Motivations of the Squawk Squad Collaborative Innovation Network (Download Pdf)
Jacqueline P Verrilli, Christine Z Miller and Nik Rokop. Enhancing Social and Intellectual Collaboration in Innovation Networks: A Study of Entrepreneurial Networks in an Urban Technological University (Download Pdf)
Allen Batteau, Siobhan Gregory, Maria Roti and Craig Meiners. Business Anthropology as Collaboration (Download Pdf)
Yang Song, Matthäus Zylka and Peter Gloor. "German Association or Chinese Emperor?" Building COINs Between China and Germany (Download Pdf)
Masafumi Nagai and Takashi Iba. Consideration of the Possibilities of Open Dialogue Patterns: through Creating and Performing the Learning Program of Dialogue (Download Pdf)
Davide Aloini, Peter Gloor and Alessandro Stefanini. Interactions and Performance of Surgery Teams: a sociometric approach (Download Pdf)
Peter Gloor and Francesca Grippa. Creating Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs) to Reduce Infant Mortality (Download Pdf)
Antonio Capodieci, Pascal Budner, Joscha Eirich, Peter Gloor and Luca Mainetti. Dynamically Adapting the Environment for Elderly People Through Smartwatch-based Mood Detection (Download Pdf)
Namino Sakama, Haruka Mori and Takashi Iba. Creative Systems Analysis of Design Thinking Process (Download Pdf)
Norihiko Kimura, Haruka Mori, Yuzuki Oka, Wataru Murakami, Rio Nitta and Takashi Iba. The Method of Generating Societal Vision based on the Social Systems Theory (Download Pdf)
John Ziker and Karen Fulk. Indigenous Siberian Food Sharing Networks: Social Innovation in a Transforming Economy (Download Pdf)
Joao Marcos de Oliveira and Peter Gloor. GalaxyScope – Finding the "Truth of Tribes" on Social Media (Download Pdf)
Takashi Iba. Peer Learning with Pattern Languages (Download Pdf)
Takashi Iba, Masafumi Nagai, Tsuyoshi Ishida and Ayaka Yoshikawa - Open Dialogue as Coupling of Psychic, Social, and Creative Systems (Download Pdf)
Sarah Stanske and Markus Vodosek - From Being to Becoming: The Interplay Between Internal Network Dynamics and Organizational Identity (Download Pdf)
Marius Stein and Peter Gloor - Using smartwatch-based body sensors to measure creativity and performance in COINs (Download Pdf)
Konomi Munakata, Shuichiro Ando and Takashi Iba - Future Story as An Additional Method of Future Language Creation (Download Pdf)
Aleksandra Przegalinska, Leon Ciechanowski, Mikolaj Magnuski and Peter Gloor - Muse headband: Measuring Tool or a Collaborative Gadget? (Download Pdf)
Xin Wang and Peter A. Gloor - Wuity as Higher Cognition Binding Intuitive and Deliberate Judgments for Creativity—Analyzing Elon Musk's Way to Innovate (Download Pdf)
Jing Deng. Jacobs' Externalities:Where We Have Been and Where We Might Go in Studying How Urbanization Externalities Affect Innovation (Download Pdf)
Qi Wen - Identifying the Collaboration Relationships in COINs from Photos (Download Pdf)
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collaborative innovation networks, or COINs, are cyberteams of self-motivated people with a collective vision, to innovatively collaborate by sharing ideas, information, and work enabled by technology.
COINs are powered by swarm creativity, wherein people work together in a structure that enables a fluid creation and exchange of ideas. Patterns of collaborative innovation frequently follow an identical path, from creator to COIN to collaborative learning network (CLN) to collaborative interest network (CIN).
university of salento, Italy
university of illinois urbana-champaign, usa
university of bamberg, germany
centre de recherche public henri tudor, luxembourg
shizuoka university, japan
wellesley college, usa
fuji xerox, japan
cologne university, germany
jilin university, changchun, china
university of amsterdam, netherlands
Davide Aloini (track chair)
university of pisa, italy
Andrea Fronzetti Colladon
tor vergata university, italy
Hauke Fuehres (track chair)
university of bamberg, germany
pontificia universidad católica de chile, chile
massachusetts institute of technology, usa
Julia Gluesing (local organizing chair)
wayne state university, usa
Francesca Grippa (program chair)
northeastern university, USA
keio university, japan
aalto university, finland
University of Beira Interior, Portugal
university of bamberg, germany
Christine Miller (track chair)
illinois institute of technology stuart school of business, usa
Maria Paasivaara (track chair)
aalto university, finland
Ken Riopelle (local organizing chair)
wayne state university, usa