Publications

A selection of academic, peer-reviewed and trade publications focusing on innovation, creativity, digital technologies, entrepreneurship, and business management, authored by members of the Industry Commons Foundation (Insamlingsstiftelse) Steering Board.

Novak, A., 2019. Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures for A Public Right to Hear. [Link]

Curley, M. and Salmelin, B., 2018. Open Innovation 2.0. Springer, Cham. [Link]

Edman, T., Widengård, M., Nightingale, A., Roberntz, P., and Carlson, A., 2018. Seeing Like a Standard: EU, sustainable biofuels, and land use change in Africa. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 17(1).

Gann, D. and Dodgson, M., 2018. Innovation: A very short introduction. Oxford University Press. [Link]

Magas, M. 2018. 7 Ingredients for the Industry Commons. [Link]

Novak, A., 2018. Designing a Renaissance for Digital News Media. Media and Communication, 6(4), pp.115-118.

Salmelin, B., Dias, A., Pereira, D. and Dias, M.S., 2018. Modeling Innovation Sustainability and Technologies. Springer. [Link]

Salmelin, B. and Dias, A., 2018. Living Labs and Open Innovation in European in MIST. Economic and Policy Perspectives

Salmelin, B. and Dias, A., 2018. Living Labs and Open Innovation in European Context. In Modeling Innovation Sustainability and Technologies (pp. 7-18). Springer, Cham.

Salmelin, B., 2018. Connecting Dots: From Clusters to Ecosystems. In Exploring the Culture of Open Innovation: Towards an Altruistic Model of Economy (pp. 163-179). Emerald Publishing Limited.

Curley, M. and Salmelin, B., 2017. Open innovation 2.0: the new mode of digital innovation for prosperity and sustainability. Springer. [Link]

Gann, D., Davies, A., Dodgson, M., and MacAulay, S., 2017. Five rules for managing large, complex projects. MIT Sloan Management Review, 59(1), p.73.

Curley, M., 2016. Twelve principles for open innovation 2.0. Nature News, 533(7603), p.314. [Link]

Curley, M., Kenneally, J. and Carcary, M., 2016. IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM (IT-CMFTM). Van Haren. [Link]

Dubber, A., 2016. You Have 24 Hours to Invent the Future of Music: Music Hacks, Playful Research and Creative Innovation. Business innovation and disruption in the music industry, pp.211-228. [Link]

Dubber, A., Ericson, P., Harris, P., Larcombe, E., Pekari, T., Snook, K. 2016. #MTFLabs: Blockchain. Whitepaper. [Link]

Erkinheimo, P., Kärkkäinen, H. and Jussila, J., 2016. Crowdsourcing For Value Creation In Lean Start-Ups. In Open Innovation: A Multifaceted Perspective: Part II (pp. 423-441)

Gann, D.M., Dahlander, L., and O’Mahony, S., 2016. One foot in, one foot out: how does individuals’ external search breadth affect innovation outcomes?. Strategic Management Journal, 37(2), pp.280-302.

Magas, M. and Koek, A., Lerhman-Madsen, O., Beetz, K., Curley, M., de Waele, W., Herlitschka, S., 2016. CAF Innovation Recommendations, H2020 Work Programme 2018-2020. DG Connect Advisory Forum, European Commission.

Magas, M., Fledderus, E. and Herlitschka, S., et al. 2016. CAF’s recommendations for H2020’s work program 2018-2020. DG Connect Advisory Forum, European Commission.

Magas, M. and Dubber, A. 2016. Final Public Report. #MusicBricks European Commission H2020 project report. [Link]

Salmelin, B., 2016. Living Labs and open Innovation in European Context. In Open Innovation: A Multifaceted Perspective: Part I (pp. 273-285).

Curley, M., 2015. The evolution of open innovation. Journal of innovation Management, 3(2), pp.9-16. [Link]

Dubber, A., 2015. Collective practice and digital mediation. The Cultural Politics of Jazz Collectives: This Is Our Music, p.219.

Dubber, A., 2015. Everybody talk about pop music: Un-Convention as alternative to festival, from DIY music to social change. The Pop Festival: History, Music, Media, Culture, p.213.

Erkinheimo, P., Jussila, J. and Kärkkäinen, H., 2015. Lean start-up companies by means of crowdsourcing. Journal of Innovation Management, 3(2), pp.17-20.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M., Wladawsky-Berger, I., Sultan, N. and George, G., 2015. Managing digital money.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M., MacAulay, S. and Davies, A., 2015. Innovation strategy in new transportation systems: The case of Crossrail. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 77, pp.261-275.

Magas, M., van der Klauw, K. et al., 2015. Report on Analysis and Recommendations for Innovation Ecosystems: The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI). Published by the European Commission in October 2015. [Link]

Magas, M., Lidy, T., and Schindler, A., 2015. MusicBricks: Connecting digital Creators to the Internet of Music Things. ERCIM NEWS, 101, pp.39-40.

Novak, A, Brunnström, K., Ahlgren, B., Lagerstedt, C., Kihl, M., 2015. Future media distribution: An innovation agenda for digital media distribution.

Dubber, A., 2014. Toward a 6th Media Age. Leanpub. [Link]

Erkinheimo, P., Kärkkäinen, H., Jussila, J., Hallikas, J., Isokangas, A. and Jalonen, H., 2014. Joukkoistamisen uusi aalto: Teollisten yritysten joukkoistaminen.

Gann, D.M., Thomas, L.D., and Autio, E., 2014. Architectural leverage: putting platforms in context. Academy of management perspectives, 28(2), pp.198-219.

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M., and Phillips, N., 2014. Perspectives on innovation management. The Oxford handbook of innovation management, pp.3-25.

Gann, D., Parmar, R., Mackenzie, I., and Cohn, D., 2014. The new patterns of innovation. Harvard Business Review, 92(1), p.23

Magas, M., Dubber, A., Sterne, J., Baym, N., et al., 2014. Manifesto for Music Technologists. Published by Microsoft Research. [Link]

Salmelin, B. and Istrat, V., 2014. Challenge of Open Innovation 2.0 for human resource management. In ISPIM Conference Proceedings (p. 1). The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM)

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2013. The experimental nature of new venture creation. Springer. doi, 10, pp.978-3.

Curley, M., Costello, G.J., and Donnellan, B., 2013. A Theoretical Framework to Develop a Research Agenda for Information Systems Innovation. CAIS, 33, p.26. [Link]

Curley, M., Formica, P. and Nicolò, V., 2013. From Entrepreneurial Fission to Entrepreneurial Fusion: Achieving Interaction Resonance in a Micro-Innovation Ecology. In The Experimental Nature of New Venture Creation (pp. 59-68). Springer, Cham.

Curley, M., Donnellan, B. and Costello, G.J., 2013. Innovation ecosystems: a conceptual framework. [Link]

Curley, M., Costello, T., Langley, M.A., Botula, K., Forrester, E., Kenneally, J., Delaney, M. and McLaughlin, S., 2013. IT frameworks. IT Professional, 15(5), pp.64-64.

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2013. Capitalizing on open innovation 2.0. In The Experimental Nature of New Venture Creation (pp. 23-33). Springer, Cham. [Link]

Dubber, A., 2013. Radio in the digital age. John Wiley & Sons. [Link]

Erkinheimo, P. and Dombowsky, P., 2013. Crowdsourcing and open innovation for enterprises.

Erkinheimo, P., Jussila, J., Laine, T., Rautiainen, M., Kärkkäinen, H., Ruohisto, J., and Myhrberg, M., 2013, October. Future of crowdsourcing and value creation in different media environments. In Proceedings of International Conference on Making Sense of Converging Media (p. 339). ACM.

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M., and Phillips, N. eds., 2013. The Oxford handbook of innovation management. OUP Oxford. [Link]

Magas, M., Serra, X., Benetos, E., Chudy, M., Dixon, S., Flexer, A., Paytuvi, O., 2013. Roadmap for music information research. EU FP7. [Link]

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P., 2013. A location-tracking interface for ethnomusicological collections. Journal of New Music Research, 42(2), pp.151-160.

Salmelin, B., 2013. The horizon 2020 framework and open innovation ecosystems. Journal of Innovation Management, 1(2), pp.4-9. [Link]

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2012. Experiencing Experiments: A Multiplayer Game for Sharing Ideas: Crusoe Gives Way to Gulliver. Industry and Higher Education, 26(1), pp.7-14.

Curley, M., Kenneally, J., Wilson, B. and Porter, M., 2012, December. Enhancing benefits from healthcare IT adoption using design science research: Presenting a unified application of the IT capability maturity framework and the electronic medical record adoption model. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 124-143). Springer, Cham.

Curley, M., Kenneally, J. and Ashurst, C., 2012, December. Design science and design patterns: a rationale for the application of design-patterns within design science research to accelerate knowledge discovery and innovation adoption. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 29-37). Springer, Cham. [Link]

Dubber, A., Anderton, C. and James, M., 2012. Understanding the music industries. Sage.

Dubber, A., 2012. Music in the digital age. Making sense of popular music commerce and culture online. Leanpub.

Dubber, A., 2012. Keep Up With The Changes: Online strategies for national jazz agencies. Jazz Research Journal 6/1

Erkinheimo, P. and Harjanne, K., 2012. Idea Crowdsourcing at Nokia–12 months wiser.

Magas, M., and Rea, C. 2012. Synaesthesia: Innovative music components for collaborating and creating music with objects in real space. Proceedings of the NEM Summit, Istanbul.

Curley, M. and Kenneally, J., 2011, August. Using the it capability maturity framework to improve it capability and value creation: An intel it case study. In 2011 IEEE 15th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (pp. 107-115). IEEE.

Helfert, M. and Curley, M., 2011, October. Design science in action: researching and developing the IT-CMF. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 50-59). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Curley, M., 2011, October. The emergence and initial development of a new design pattern for CIOs using design science. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 1-14). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Dubber, A., 2011. Monkey on the Roof: Researching creative practice, music consumption, social change and the online environment.  Creative Industries Journal, 4(1), pp.19-31.

Dubber, A., 2011. The Kitchen Orchestra Online: Digital Mediation and Collective Practice. Jazz Research Journal, 5.1/5.2

Edman, T., Angelstam, P., Mikusiński, G., Roberge, J.M. and Sikora, A., 2011. Spatial planning for biodiversity conservation: assessment of forest landscapes’ conservation value using umbrella species requirements in Poland. Landscape and urban planning, 102(1), pp.16-23.

Gann, D. and Dodgson, M., 2011. Technological innovation and complex systems in cities. Journal of Urban Technology, 18(3), pp.101-113.

Curley, M.G. and Formica, P., 2010. Accelerating venture creation and building on mutual strengths in experimental business labs. Industry and Higher Education, 24(1), pp.7-10.

Curley, M., 2010, October. Enabling dynamic capabilities through agile IT and beyond budgeting practices. In International Conference on Lean Enterprise Software and Systems (pp. 175-184). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Curley, M., Andersson, T., and Formica, P., 2010. Types of Entrepreneurs. In Knowledge-Driven Entrepreneurship (pp. 131-152). Springer, New York, NY.

Dubber, A. and Wall, T., 2010. Experimenting with fandom, live music, and the Internet: Applying insights from music fan culture to new media production. Journal of New Music Research, 39(2), pp.159-169.

Gann, D.M. and Dahlander, L., 2010. How open is innovation?. Research policy, 39(6), pp.699-709. [Link]

Curley, M.G., Andersson, T., and Formica, P. 2009. Knowledge-driven entrepreneurship: the key to social and economic transformation. Springer Science & Business Media. [Link]

Curley, M., Harrow, I.P., Fleming, D.O., Daly, F.X., Honan, D.E., Intel Corp, 2009. Adaptive route determination for peer-to-peer services. U.S. Patent 7,546,363.

Dubber, A. and Wall, T., 2009. Specialist music, public service and the BBC in the Internet age. Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 7(1), pp.27-47.

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P., 2009. A location-tracking interface for ethnomusicological collections. In Workshop on Exploring Musical Information Spaces.

Magas, M., Stewart, R. and Fields, B., 2009, August. decibel 151. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2009 Art Gallery (p. 21). ACM.

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P. 2009. Beyond the metadata, new intelligent audio content search for large music collections. Unlocking Audio 2, British Library, London, UK.

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P., 2009. A location-tracking interface for ethnomusicological collections. Proceedings of ECDL. Corfu, Greece.

Curley, M.G., Harrow, I.P., Fleming, D.O., Daly, F.X., Honan, D.E., Intel Corp, 2008. Method and apparatus for peer-to-peer services to shift network traffic to allow for an efficient transfer of information between devices via prioritized list. U.S. Patent 7,440,994.

Curley, M., and Westerman, G. 2008. Building IT-enabled innovation capabilities at Intel. MIS Quarterly Executive, 7(1), p.5

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2008. Laboratory experiments as a tool in the empirical economic analysis of high-expectation entrepreneurship. Industry and Higher Education, 22(6), pp.355-363.

Curley, M., 2008. The IT Capability Maturity Framework: A Theory for Continuously Improving the Value Delivered from IT Capability (Doctoral dissertation, National University of Ireland Maynooth).

Edman, T., 2008. Biodiversity patterns and the importance of landscape-levelland-use intensity and fragmentation of forest habitats in Europe (Vol. 2008, No. 33).

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A., 2008. The management of technological innovation: strategy and practice. Oxford University Press on Demand. [Link]

Gann, D.M., Reichstein, T., and Salter, A.J., 2008. Break on through: sources and determinants of product and process innovation among UK construction firms. Industry and Innovation, 15(6), pp.601-625

Gann, D., Dodgson, M., and Coopmans, C., 2008, June. Playful technologies: Creativity, innovation and organization. In DRUID’s 25th Anniversary Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation–Organisations, Institutions, Systems and Regions (pp. 1-20).

Magas, M., Casey, M.A. and Rhodes, C., 2008, August. mHashup: fast visual music discovery via locality sensitive hashing. In SIGGRAPH New Tech Demos (p. 26).

Magas, M., Rhodes, C., Casey, M., d’Inverno, M., Knopke, I., and Slaney, M. 2008. Dark Media Navigation With the AudioDB Search System. International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR)

Curley, M., 2007, June. Introducing an IT capability maturity framework. In International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (pp. 63-78). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Curley, M. and Kenneally, J., 2007, March. Methods and Metrics to improve the Yield of IT using the IT-CMF-an Intel Case Study. In 2007 IEEE International Conference on Exploring Quantifiable IT Yields (pp. 27-38). IEEE.

Dubber, A. 2007. Tutira Mai Nga Iwi (Line up together, people): Constructing New Zealand identity through commercial radio. The Radio Journal 5/1

Dubber, A., Ferne, T., Audio, B.B.C., Wall, T., Thomas, L., Lambrianidou, M., Hills, M., Luther, A. and Klein, B., 2007. Listener online engagement with BBC Radio programming. BBC.

Dubber, A., 2007. New music strategies: The 20 things you must know about music online. New Music Strategies.

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A., 2007. “In case of fire, please use the elevator”: Simulation technology and organization in fire engineering. Organization Science, 18(5), pp.849-864.

Curley, M., 2006. The IT transformation at Intel. MIS Quarterly Executive, 5(4).

Curley, M., 2006, May. IT innovation: a new era. In International Conference on Computational Science (pp. 4-6). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A., 2006. The role of technology in the shift towards open innovation: the case of Procter & Gamble. R&D Management, 36(3), pp.333-346.

Gann, D.M., Berkhout, F. and Hertin, J., 2006. Learning to adapt: organisational adaptation to climate change impacts. Climatic change, 78(1), pp.135-156. [Link]

Gann, D. and Bayer, S., 2006. Balancing work: bidding strategies and workload dynamics in a project‐based professional service organisation. System Dynamics Review, 22(3), pp.185-211.

Gann, D., Brady, T., Davies, A., and Rush, H., 2006. Learning to manage mega projects: the case of BAA and Heathrow Terminal 5. 

Curley, M., Sunderam, V., Moreira, J.E., Johnson, C., Bell, R., Xia, Y., Arora, N., Narayanan, B., Paul, S., Kasperska, E. and Mateja-Losa, E., 2005. Computational Science–ICCS 2006. Image, 100, p.107.

Curley, M., 2005. Innovation to improve access to ICT in education. In Harnessing the potential of ICT for education: a multistakeholder approach: proceedings from the Dublin Global Forum of the United Nations ICT Task Force. United Nations Publications

Dubber, A., 2005. The digitalisation of radio in New Zealand. The Great New Zealand Radio Experiment, p.67.

Gann, D.M., Brady, T. and Davies, A., 2005. Creating value by delivering integrated solutions. International Journal of Project Management, 23(5), pp.360-365.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A.J., 2005. Think, play, do: Technology, innovation, and organization. Oxford University Press on Demand.

Gann, D., Brady, T., and Davies, A., 2005. Can integrated solutions business models work in construction?. Building Research & Information, 33(6), pp.571-579.

Gann, D.M., Acha, V., and Salter, A.J., 2005. Episodic innovation: R&D strategies for project‐based environments. Industry & Innovation, 12(2), pp.255-281.

Gann, D., Sapsed, J., Marshall, N. and Salter, A., 2005. From here to eternity?: The practice of knowledge transfer in dispersed and co-located project organizations. European Planning Studies, 13(6), pp.831-851.

Edman, T., Angelstam, P., Dönz-Breuss, M. and DeVries, M.F.W., 2004. Land management data and terrestrial vertebrates as indicators of forest biodiversity at the landscape scale. Ecological Bulletins, pp.333-349.

Gann, D., Salter, A. and Whyte, J., 2003. Design quality indicator as a tool for thinking. Building research & information, 31(5), pp.318-333.

Gann, D., and Salter, A., 2003. Sources of ideas for innovation in engineering design. Research policy, 32(8), pp.1309-1324

Gann, D., Barlow, J., Childerhouse, P., Hong-Minh, S., Naim, M. and Ozaki, R., 2003. Choice and delivery in housebuilding: lessons from Japan for UK housebuilders. Building research & information, 31(2), pp.134-145.

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A.J., 2003. Innovation in Design, Engineering and Service Innovation: Organizational Responses to Technological Opportunities and Market Imperatives, 9, p.301.

Gann, D. and Whyte, J., 2003. Design quality, its measurement and management in the built environment. Building Research & Information, 31(5), pp.314-317.

Gann, D. and Whyte, J., 2003. Design Quality Indicators: work in progress. Building research & information, 31(5), pp.387-398.

Gann, D.M., 2003. Guest editorial: innovation in the built environment. Construction Management and Economics, 21(6), pp.553-555.

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A.J., 2003. Innovation in Design, Engineering and Service Innovation: Organizational Responses to Technological Opportunities and Market Imperatives, 9, p.301.

Curley, M.G., 2002, April. Peer-to-peer computing enabled collaboration. In International Conference on Computational Science (pp. 646-654). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M., and Salter, A.J., 2002. The intensification of innovation. International Journal of Innovation Management, 6(01), pp.53-83. [Link]

Gann, D., Tang, P., and Curry, R., 2000. Telecare: new ideas for care and support @ home. Policy Press.

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A.J., 2000. Innovation in project-based, service-enhanced firms: the construction of complex products and systems. Research policy, 29(7-8), pp.955-972.

Gann, D., 2000. Building innovation: complex constructs in a changing world. Thomas Telford. [Link]

Gann, D., 2000. Technology policy: An international comparison of innovation in major capital projects. Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy: Opportunities and Challenges for the Knowledge Economy, 8, p.209.

Gann, D., Barlow, J. and Venables, T., 1999. Digital Futures: making homes smarter. Coventry: Chartered Institute of Housing.

Gann, D.M., Wang, Y. and Hawkins, R., 1998. Do regulations encourage innovation?-the case of energy efficiency in housing. Building Research & Information, 26(5), pp.280-296. [Link]

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A., 1998. Learning and innovation management in project-based, service-enhanced firms. International Journal of Innovation Management, 2(04), pp.431-454.

Gann, D. and Senker, P., 1998. Construction skills training for the next millennium. Construction Management & Economics, 16(5), pp.569-580.

Gann, D. and Barlow, J., 1998. A changing sense of place: are integrated IT systems reshaping the home?. University of Sussex, SPRU.

Gann, D., 1997. Should governments fund construction research?. Building Research & Information, 25(5), pp.257-267.

Gann, D.M., 1996. Construction as a manufacturing process? Similarities and differences between industrialized housing and car production in Japan. Construction Management & Economics, 14(5), pp.437-450.

Gann, D.M. and Barlow, J., 1996. Flexibility in building use: the technical feasibility of converting redundant offices into flats. Construction Management and Economics, 14(1), pp.55-66.

Gann, D.M., 1991. Buildings for the Japanese information economy: neighbourhood and resort offices. Futures, 23(5), pp.469-481

Novak, A., 2019. Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures for A Public Right to Hear. [Link]

Curley, M. and Salmelin, B., 2018. Open Innovation 2.0. Springer, Cham. [Link]

Edman, T., Widengård, M., Nightingale, A., Roberntz, P., and Carlson, A., 2018. Seeing Like a Standard: EU, sustainable biofuels, and land use change in Africa. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 17(1).

Gann, D. and Dodgson, M., 2018. Innovation: A very short introduction. Oxford University Press. [Link]

Magas, M. 2018. 7 Ingredients for the Industry Commons. [Link]

Novak, A., 2018. Designing a Renaissance for Digital News Media. Media and Communication, 6(4), pp.115-118.

Salmelin, B., Dias, A., Pereira, D. and Dias, M.S., 2018. Modeling Innovation Sustainability and Technologies. Springer. [Link]

Salmelin, B. and Dias, A., 2018. Living Labs and Open Innovation in European in MIST. Economic and Policy Perspectives

Salmelin, B. and Dias, A., 2018. Living Labs and Open Innovation in European Context. In Modeling Innovation Sustainability and Technologies (pp. 7-18). Springer, Cham.

Salmelin, B., 2018. Connecting Dots: From Clusters to Ecosystems. In Exploring the Culture of Open Innovation: Towards an Altruistic Model of Economy (pp. 163-179). Emerald Publishing Limited.

Curley, M. and Salmelin, B., 2017. Open innovation 2.0: the new mode of digital innovation for prosperity and sustainability. Springer. [Link]

Gann, D., Davies, A., Dodgson, M., and MacAulay, S., 2017. Five rules for managing large, complex projects. MIT Sloan Management Review, 59(1), p.73.

Curley, M., 2016. Twelve principles for open innovation 2.0. Nature News, 533(7603), p.314. [Link]

Curley, M., Kenneally, J. and Carcary, M., 2016. IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM (IT-CMFTM). Van Haren. [Link]

Dubber, A., 2016. You Have 24 Hours to Invent the Future of Music: Music Hacks, Playful Research and Creative Innovation. Business innovation and disruption in the music industry, pp.211-228. [Link]

Dubber, A., Ericson, P., Harris, P., Larcombe, E., Pekari, T., Snook, K. 2016. #MTFLabs: Blockchain. Whitepaper. [Link]

Erkinheimo, P., Kärkkäinen, H. and Jussila, J., 2016. Crowdsourcing For Value Creation In Lean Start-Ups. In Open Innovation: A Multifaceted Perspective: Part II (pp. 423-441)

Gann, D.M., Dahlander, L., and O’Mahony, S., 2016. One foot in, one foot out: how does individuals’ external search breadth affect innovation outcomes?. Strategic Management Journal, 37(2), pp.280-302.

Magas, M. and Koek, A., Lerhman-Madsen, O., Beetz, K., Curley, M., de Waele, W., Herlitschka, S., 2016. CAF Innovation Recommendations, H2020 Work Programme 2018-2020. DG Connect Advisory Forum, European Commission.

Magas, M., Fledderus, E. and Herlitschka, S., et al. 2016. CAF’s recommendations for H2020’s work program 2018-2020. DG Connect Advisory Forum, European Commission.

Magas, M. and Dubber, A. 2016. Final Public Report. #MusicBricks European Commission H2020 project report. [Link]

Salmelin, B., 2016. Living Labs and open Innovation in European Context. In Open Innovation: A Multifaceted Perspective: Part I (pp. 273-285).

Curley, M., 2015. The evolution of open innovation. Journal of innovation Management, 3(2), pp.9-16. [Link]

Dubber, A., 2015. Collective practice and digital mediation. The Cultural Politics of Jazz Collectives: This Is Our Music, p.219.

Dubber, A., 2015. Everybody talk about pop music: Un-Convention as alternative to festival, from DIY music to social change. The Pop Festival: History, Music, Media, Culture, p.213.

Erkinheimo, P., Jussila, J. and Kärkkäinen, H., 2015. Lean start-up companies by means of crowdsourcing. Journal of Innovation Management, 3(2), pp.17-20.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M., Wladawsky-Berger, I., Sultan, N. and George, G., 2015. Managing digital money.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M., MacAulay, S. and Davies, A., 2015. Innovation strategy in new transportation systems: The case of Crossrail. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 77, pp.261-275.

Magas, M., van der Klauw, K. et al., 2015. Report on Analysis and Recommendations for Innovation Ecosystems: The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI). Published by the European Commission in October 2015. [Link]

Magas, M., Lidy, T., and Schindler, A., 2015. MusicBricks: Connecting digital Creators to the Internet of Music Things. ERCIM NEWS, 101, pp.39-40.

Novak, A, Brunnström, K., Ahlgren, B., Lagerstedt, C., Kihl, M., 2015. Future media distribution: An innovation agenda for digital media distribution.

Dubber, A., 2014. Toward a 6th Media Age. Leanpub. [Link]

Erkinheimo, P., Kärkkäinen, H., Jussila, J., Hallikas, J., Isokangas, A. and Jalonen, H., 2014. Joukkoistamisen uusi aalto: Teollisten yritysten joukkoistaminen.

Gann, D.M., Thomas, L.D., and Autio, E., 2014. Architectural leverage: putting platforms in context. Academy of management perspectives, 28(2), pp.198-219.

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M., and Phillips, N., 2014. Perspectives on innovation management. The Oxford handbook of innovation management, pp.3-25.

Gann, D., Parmar, R., Mackenzie, I., and Cohn, D., 2014. The new patterns of innovation. Harvard Business Review, 92(1), p.23

Magas, M., Dubber, A., Sterne, J., Baym, N., et al., 2014. Manifesto for Music Technologists. Published by Microsoft Research. [Link]

Salmelin, B. and Istrat, V., 2014. Challenge of Open Innovation 2.0 for human resource management. In ISPIM Conference Proceedings (p. 1). The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM)

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2013. The experimental nature of new venture creation. Springer. doi, 10, pp.978-3.

Curley, M., Costello, G.J., and Donnellan, B., 2013. A Theoretical Framework to Develop a Research Agenda for Information Systems Innovation. CAIS, 33, p.26. [Link]

Curley, M., Formica, P. and Nicolò, V., 2013. From Entrepreneurial Fission to Entrepreneurial Fusion: Achieving Interaction Resonance in a Micro-Innovation Ecology. In The Experimental Nature of New Venture Creation (pp. 59-68). Springer, Cham.

Curley, M., Donnellan, B. and Costello, G.J., 2013. Innovation ecosystems: a conceptual framework. [Link]

Curley, M., Costello, T., Langley, M.A., Botula, K., Forrester, E., Kenneally, J., Delaney, M. and McLaughlin, S., 2013. IT frameworks. IT Professional, 15(5), pp.64-64.

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2013. Capitalizing on open innovation 2.0. In The Experimental Nature of New Venture Creation (pp. 23-33). Springer, Cham. [Link]

Dubber, A., 2013. Radio in the digital age. John Wiley & Sons. [Link]

Erkinheimo, P. and Dombowsky, P., 2013. Crowdsourcing and open innovation for enterprises.

Erkinheimo, P., Jussila, J., Laine, T., Rautiainen, M., Kärkkäinen, H., Ruohisto, J., and Myhrberg, M., 2013, October. Future of crowdsourcing and value creation in different media environments. In Proceedings of International Conference on Making Sense of Converging Media (p. 339). ACM.

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M., and Phillips, N. eds., 2013. The Oxford handbook of innovation management. OUP Oxford. [Link]

Magas, M., Serra, X., Benetos, E., Chudy, M., Dixon, S., Flexer, A., Paytuvi, O., 2013. Roadmap for music information research. EU FP7. [Link]

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P., 2013. A location-tracking interface for ethnomusicological collections. Journal of New Music Research, 42(2), pp.151-160.

Salmelin, B., 2013. The horizon 2020 framework and open innovation ecosystems. Journal of Innovation Management, 1(2), pp.4-9. [Link]

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2012. Experiencing Experiments: A Multiplayer Game for Sharing Ideas: Crusoe Gives Way to Gulliver. Industry and Higher Education, 26(1), pp.7-14.

Curley, M., Kenneally, J., Wilson, B. and Porter, M., 2012, December. Enhancing benefits from healthcare IT adoption using design science research: Presenting a unified application of the IT capability maturity framework and the electronic medical record adoption model. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 124-143). Springer, Cham.

Curley, M., Kenneally, J. and Ashurst, C., 2012, December. Design science and design patterns: a rationale for the application of design-patterns within design science research to accelerate knowledge discovery and innovation adoption. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 29-37). Springer, Cham. [Link]

Dubber, A., Anderton, C. and James, M., 2012. Understanding the music industries. Sage.

Dubber, A., 2012. Music in the digital age. Making sense of popular music commerce and culture online. Leanpub.

Dubber, A., 2012. Keep Up With The Changes: Online strategies for national jazz agencies. Jazz Research Journal 6/1

Erkinheimo, P. and Harjanne, K., 2012. Idea Crowdsourcing at Nokia–12 months wiser.

Magas, M., and Rea, C. 2012. Synaesthesia: Innovative music components for collaborating and creating music with objects in real space. Proceedings of the NEM Summit, Istanbul.

Curley, M. and Kenneally, J., 2011, August. Using the it capability maturity framework to improve it capability and value creation: An intel it case study. In 2011 IEEE 15th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (pp. 107-115). IEEE.

Helfert, M. and Curley, M., 2011, October. Design science in action: researching and developing the IT-CMF. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 50-59). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Curley, M., 2011, October. The emergence and initial development of a new design pattern for CIOs using design science. In European Design Science Symposium (pp. 1-14). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Dubber, A., 2011. Monkey on the Roof: Researching creative practice, music consumption, social change and the online environment.  Creative Industries Journal, 4(1), pp.19-31.

Dubber, A., 2011. The Kitchen Orchestra Online: Digital Mediation and Collective Practice. Jazz Research Journal, 5.1/5.2

Edman, T., Angelstam, P., Mikusiński, G., Roberge, J.M. and Sikora, A., 2011. Spatial planning for biodiversity conservation: assessment of forest landscapes’ conservation value using umbrella species requirements in Poland. Landscape and urban planning, 102(1), pp.16-23.

Gann, D. and Dodgson, M., 2011. Technological innovation and complex systems in cities. Journal of Urban Technology, 18(3), pp.101-113.

Curley, M.G. and Formica, P., 2010. Accelerating venture creation and building on mutual strengths in experimental business labs. Industry and Higher Education, 24(1), pp.7-10.

Curley, M., 2010, October. Enabling dynamic capabilities through agile IT and beyond budgeting practices. In International Conference on Lean Enterprise Software and Systems (pp. 175-184). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Curley, M., Andersson, T., and Formica, P., 2010. Types of Entrepreneurs. In Knowledge-Driven Entrepreneurship (pp. 131-152). Springer, New York, NY.

Dubber, A. and Wall, T., 2010. Experimenting with fandom, live music, and the Internet: Applying insights from music fan culture to new media production. Journal of New Music Research, 39(2), pp.159-169.

Gann, D.M. and Dahlander, L., 2010. How open is innovation?. Research policy, 39(6), pp.699-709. [Link]

Curley, M.G., Andersson, T., and Formica, P. 2009. Knowledge-driven entrepreneurship: the key to social and economic transformation. Springer Science & Business Media. [Link]

Curley, M., Harrow, I.P., Fleming, D.O., Daly, F.X., Honan, D.E., Intel Corp, 2009. Adaptive route determination for peer-to-peer services. U.S. Patent 7,546,363.

Dubber, A. and Wall, T., 2009. Specialist music, public service and the BBC in the Internet age. Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 7(1), pp.27-47.

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P., 2009. A location-tracking interface for ethnomusicological collections. In Workshop on Exploring Musical Information Spaces.

Magas, M., Stewart, R. and Fields, B., 2009, August. decibel 151. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2009 Art Gallery (p. 21). ACM.

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P. 2009. Beyond the metadata, new intelligent audio content search for large music collections. Unlocking Audio 2, British Library, London, UK.

Magas, M. and Proutskova, P., 2009. A location-tracking interface for ethnomusicological collections. Proceedings of ECDL. Corfu, Greece.

Curley, M.G., Harrow, I.P., Fleming, D.O., Daly, F.X., Honan, D.E., Intel Corp, 2008. Method and apparatus for peer-to-peer services to shift network traffic to allow for an efficient transfer of information between devices via prioritized list. U.S. Patent 7,440,994.

Curley, M., and Westerman, G. 2008. Building IT-enabled innovation capabilities at Intel. MIS Quarterly Executive, 7(1), p.5

Curley, M. and Formica, P., 2008. Laboratory experiments as a tool in the empirical economic analysis of high-expectation entrepreneurship. Industry and Higher Education, 22(6), pp.355-363.

Curley, M., 2008. The IT Capability Maturity Framework: A Theory for Continuously Improving the Value Delivered from IT Capability (Doctoral dissertation, National University of Ireland Maynooth).

Edman, T., 2008. Biodiversity patterns and the importance of landscape-levelland-use intensity and fragmentation of forest habitats in Europe (Vol. 2008, No. 33).

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A., 2008. The management of technological innovation: strategy and practice. Oxford University Press on Demand. [Link]

Gann, D.M., Reichstein, T., and Salter, A.J., 2008. Break on through: sources and determinants of product and process innovation among UK construction firms. Industry and Innovation, 15(6), pp.601-625

Gann, D., Dodgson, M., and Coopmans, C., 2008, June. Playful technologies: Creativity, innovation and organization. In DRUID’s 25th Anniversary Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation–Organisations, Institutions, Systems and Regions (pp. 1-20).

Magas, M., Casey, M.A. and Rhodes, C., 2008, August. mHashup: fast visual music discovery via locality sensitive hashing. In SIGGRAPH New Tech Demos (p. 26).

Magas, M., Rhodes, C., Casey, M., d’Inverno, M., Knopke, I., and Slaney, M. 2008. Dark Media Navigation With the AudioDB Search System. International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR)

Curley, M., 2007, June. Introducing an IT capability maturity framework. In International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (pp. 63-78). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Curley, M. and Kenneally, J., 2007, March. Methods and Metrics to improve the Yield of IT using the IT-CMF-an Intel Case Study. In 2007 IEEE International Conference on Exploring Quantifiable IT Yields (pp. 27-38). IEEE.

Dubber, A. 2007. Tutira Mai Nga Iwi (Line up together, people): Constructing New Zealand identity through commercial radio. The Radio Journal 5/1

Dubber, A., Ferne, T., Audio, B.B.C., Wall, T., Thomas, L., Lambrianidou, M., Hills, M., Luther, A. and Klein, B., 2007. Listener online engagement with BBC Radio programming. BBC.

Dubber, A., 2007. New music strategies: The 20 things you must know about music online. New Music Strategies.

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A., 2007. “In case of fire, please use the elevator”: Simulation technology and organization in fire engineering. Organization Science, 18(5), pp.849-864.

Curley, M., 2006. The IT transformation at Intel. MIS Quarterly Executive, 5(4).

Curley, M., 2006, May. IT innovation: a new era. In International Conference on Computational Science (pp. 4-6). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A., 2006. The role of technology in the shift towards open innovation: the case of Procter & Gamble. R&D Management, 36(3), pp.333-346.

Gann, D.M., Berkhout, F. and Hertin, J., 2006. Learning to adapt: organisational adaptation to climate change impacts. Climatic change, 78(1), pp.135-156. [Link]

Gann, D. and Bayer, S., 2006. Balancing work: bidding strategies and workload dynamics in a project‐based professional service organisation. System Dynamics Review, 22(3), pp.185-211.

Gann, D., Brady, T., Davies, A., and Rush, H., 2006. Learning to manage mega projects: the case of BAA and Heathrow Terminal 5. 

Curley, M., Sunderam, V., Moreira, J.E., Johnson, C., Bell, R., Xia, Y., Arora, N., Narayanan, B., Paul, S., Kasperska, E. and Mateja-Losa, E., 2005. Computational Science–ICCS 2006. Image, 100, p.107.

Curley, M., 2005. Innovation to improve access to ICT in education. In Harnessing the potential of ICT for education: a multistakeholder approach: proceedings from the Dublin Global Forum of the United Nations ICT Task Force. United Nations Publications

Dubber, A., 2005. The digitalisation of radio in New Zealand. The Great New Zealand Radio Experiment, p.67.

Gann, D.M., Brady, T. and Davies, A., 2005. Creating value by delivering integrated solutions. International Journal of Project Management, 23(5), pp.360-365.

Gann, D., Dodgson, M. and Salter, A.J., 2005. Think, play, do: Technology, innovation, and organization. Oxford University Press on Demand.

Gann, D., Brady, T., and Davies, A., 2005. Can integrated solutions business models work in construction?. Building Research & Information, 33(6), pp.571-579.

Gann, D.M., Acha, V., and Salter, A.J., 2005. Episodic innovation: R&D strategies for project‐based environments. Industry & Innovation, 12(2), pp.255-281.

Gann, D., Sapsed, J., Marshall, N. and Salter, A., 2005. From here to eternity?: The practice of knowledge transfer in dispersed and co-located project organizations. European Planning Studies, 13(6), pp.831-851.

Edman, T., Angelstam, P., Dönz-Breuss, M. and DeVries, M.F.W., 2004. Land management data and terrestrial vertebrates as indicators of forest biodiversity at the landscape scale. Ecological Bulletins, pp.333-349.

Gann, D., Salter, A. and Whyte, J., 2003. Design quality indicator as a tool for thinking. Building research & information, 31(5), pp.318-333.

Gann, D., and Salter, A., 2003. Sources of ideas for innovation in engineering design. Research policy, 32(8), pp.1309-1324

Gann, D., Barlow, J., Childerhouse, P., Hong-Minh, S., Naim, M. and Ozaki, R., 2003. Choice and delivery in housebuilding: lessons from Japan for UK housebuilders. Building research & information, 31(2), pp.134-145.

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A.J., 2003. Innovation in Design, Engineering and Service Innovation: Organizational Responses to Technological Opportunities and Market Imperatives, 9, p.301.

Gann, D. and Whyte, J., 2003. Design quality, its measurement and management in the built environment. Building Research & Information, 31(5), pp.314-317.

Gann, D. and Whyte, J., 2003. Design Quality Indicators: work in progress. Building research & information, 31(5), pp.387-398.

Gann, D.M., 2003. Guest editorial: innovation in the built environment. Construction Management and Economics, 21(6), pp.553-555.

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A.J., 2003. Innovation in Design, Engineering and Service Innovation: Organizational Responses to Technological Opportunities and Market Imperatives, 9, p.301.

Curley, M.G., 2002, April. Peer-to-peer computing enabled collaboration. In International Conference on Computational Science (pp. 646-654). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg

Gann, D.M., Dodgson, M., and Salter, A.J., 2002. The intensification of innovation. International Journal of Innovation Management, 6(01), pp.53-83. [Link]

Gann, D., Tang, P., and Curry, R., 2000. Telecare: new ideas for care and support @ home. Policy Press.

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A.J., 2000. Innovation in project-based, service-enhanced firms: the construction of complex products and systems. Research policy, 29(7-8), pp.955-972.

Gann, D., 2000. Building innovation: complex constructs in a changing world. Thomas Telford. [Link]

Gann, D., 2000. Technology policy: An international comparison of innovation in major capital projects. Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy: Opportunities and Challenges for the Knowledge Economy, 8, p.209.

Gann, D., Barlow, J. and Venables, T., 1999. Digital Futures: making homes smarter. Coventry: Chartered Institute of Housing.

Gann, D.M., Wang, Y. and Hawkins, R., 1998. Do regulations encourage innovation?-the case of energy efficiency in housing. Building Research & Information, 26(5), pp.280-296. [Link]

Gann, D.M. and Salter, A., 1998. Learning and innovation management in project-based, service-enhanced firms. International Journal of Innovation Management, 2(04), pp.431-454.

Gann, D. and Senker, P., 1998. Construction skills training for the next millennium. Construction Management & Economics, 16(5), pp.569-580.

Gann, D. and Barlow, J., 1998. A changing sense of place: are integrated IT systems reshaping the home?. University of Sussex, SPRU.

Gann, D., 1997. Should governments fund construction research?. Building Research & Information, 25(5), pp.257-267.

Gann, D.M., 1996. Construction as a manufacturing process? Similarities and differences between industrialized housing and car production in Japan. Construction Management & Economics, 14(5), pp.437-450.

Gann, D.M. and Barlow, J., 1996. Flexibility in building use: the technical feasibility of converting redundant offices into flats. Construction Management and Economics, 14(1), pp.55-66.

Gann, D.M., 1991. Buildings for the Japanese information economy: neighbourhood and resort offices. Futures, 23(5), pp.469-481

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