Keynote speach by Teresa Amabile, Harvard Business School: CIM as a Multiplier of Scholarly Impact: The Case of Creativity in Context
The 5th CIM Community workshop will be hosted at the Campus of the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. Next to inspiring plenary and parallel sessions, the 2014 CIM Best Paper Award will be handed out at the workshop, and new directions for the journal and its community of authors, readers, editorial board and practitioners will be addressed. Also, the workshop will coincide with the 25th Doctoral Summer School on Innovation and Technology Management research and publishing.
Petra C. de Weerd-Nederhof, Klaasjan Visscher, Katharina Hoelzle and Jennie Björk (CIM editors-in-chief) and Jeannette Visser-Groeneveld (CIM Editorial assistant).
The workshop will include keynotes from professors Teresa Amabile (Harvard Business School), James Moultrie (Cambridge University) and Elke Den Ouden (Industrial Fellow at Eindhoven University of Technology). A special plenary lecture by CIM editor-in-chief Petra de Weerd-Nederhof will give an overview of 25 years of Creativity and Innovation Management.
Call for Papers
Scholars from the Creativity and Innovation Management field are invited to submit abstracts (length: 2-3 pages) for parallel sessions dedicated to each of CIM’s seven departments and associate editors, as well as two Twente-based topical sessions. (Combined) Sessions may be developed into CIM specials for 2016 and 2017. Proposals for other topical sessions (at least 3 presentations) may be submitted.
Continuous Innovation and Creative Leadership (Jennie Bjork, KTH Stockholm)
Creative Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Rainer Harms, University of Twente)
Creative Problem Solving and Creativity Techniques (Han van der Meer, Saxion University)
Design Management and Creative Industries (James Moultrie, Cambridge University)
Innovation Networks, Teams and Projects (Jan Kratzer, Technical University of Berlin)
Innovation Processes and Radical Innovation (Alberto Di Minin, SSSUP)
Organizing Innovation (Bart Van Looy, KU Leuven)
Managing Creativity by Design (Thomas van Rompay, Geke Ludden and Wouter Eggink, University of Twente)
Teaching Creativity and Innovation (Matthias de Visser, Michel Ehrenhard, University of Twente)