This paper focuses on the mechanisms for knowledge generation and sharing in the co-creation process. Using a case study of an innovation intermediary, we describe in detail the technical and non-technical mechanisms employed in the co-creation process. From this, the study suggests that co-creation is a pragmatic and iterative process for knowledge management. The paper highlights how the adoption of open standards and a mind shift in sharing ideas provides a new way for creating value and circumvents the traditional models of intellectual property.

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Diasio, Stephen; Agell Jan, Nria

An intermediary's perspective on co-creation: mechanisms for knowledge management

This paper focuses on the mechanisms for knowledge generation and sharing in the co-creation process. Using a case study of an innovation intermediary, we describe in detail the technical and non-technical mechanisms employed in the co-creation process. From this, the study suggests that co-creation is a pragmatic and iterative process for knowledge management. The paper highlights how the adoption of open standards and a mind shift in sharing ideas provides a new way for creating value and circumvents the traditional models of intellectual property.
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An intermediary's perspective on co-creation: mechanisms for knowledge management
Diasio, Stephen; Agell Jan, Nria
16th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMICS) Lima 2010
Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Atlanta (United States of America), 12/08/2010 - 15/08/2010

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