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13th International CINet Conference

Continuous Innovation Across Boundaries

16-18 September 2012 - Rome, Italy

 

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Call for Papers

The Continuous Innovation Network (CINet) is a global network set up to bring together researchers and industrialists working in the field of Continuous Innovation. The mission of CINet is to develop into a school of thought on Continuous Innovation. Consistent with this mission, CINet organises an annual conference. This announcement concerns the 13th CINet conference, which will take place in Rome, Italy, on 16-18 September 2012. Furthermore, CINet promotes a PhD Network to foster research collaboration among PhD students and their institutions on innovation in the widest sense of the word. As part of that initiative, a PhD workshop is organised just prior to the 13th CINet conference, on 14-15 September. Besides that a CIYA Workshop will be organized, aimed at young academics working in the field of continuous innovation.

This year's conference features:

  • An explicit call for practitioners to attend and meet researchers.
  • A call for special tracks.
  • Continuation of the possibility to propose developmental workshops, which was started in 2011.

Background

Continuous innovation is the ongoing process of initiating, developing, operating and improving new and existing configurations of products, market approaches, processes, technologies and competencies, organisation and management systems. As organisations strive to achieve a synergistic balance between short-term oriented, operationally-effective exploitation strategies and longer-term, flexibility-oriented exploration strategies, the rapid growth of the global knowledge economy has placed learning at the centre of this critical balance.

Theme and sessions tracks

The conference theme is Continuous Innovation Across Boundaries. Open, and networked, and collaborative innovation is not a new element in the strategic toolbox of firms. Economic historians report examples of firms strategically leveraging external sources of innovation to improve their internal knowledge production processes, or realizing value through revealing externally the knowledge they produced.

However in recent years, also thanks to the possibilities offered by the diffusion of technologies supporting rich, cheap and widespread communication, boundary-spanning innovation practices have spread within and across sectors, and their importance has grown in the strategic planning of a larger number of companies. As a consequence, innovation has gradually changed its nature, increasingly including among the targeted sources of external innovation users, competitors, and even distributed crowds of potential innovators.

Nowadays, investing on organizational and technological boundary-spanning strategies has become increasingly critical for dealing with and fostering continuous innovation. This development has been sustained by the belief that a more open approach to innovation is able to bring new prospects to firms, augmenting their innovation potential and their strategic position on the markets. The experiments, cases, and analyses we have seen up to now have shown that these possibilities of growth are actually there, but also that an entire array of issues, empirical as well as theoretical, must be clarified before being able to conceive effective and efficient boundary-spanning innovation strategies.

According to this insight, CINet wants to move ahead along this path, proposing a discussion on the prospects and challenges of networked and open innovation. The aim is to shed light on the impact of cross-boundary innovation practices on the social and cultural aspects of organizations, on knowledge management, team management, governance and leadership styles, on entrepreneurship, creativity, NPD and business models, on policy issues and the legal aspects of the innovation process, and on a wide set of broader managerial issues.

Given the aim of the conference, all papers in these areas are welcome, as well as those connected to the broader continuous innovation topics, such as:

  • Human Resource Management and Continuous Innovation
  • Continuous Improvement in firms and in networks
  • Continuous Innovation within and across project-based organizations
  • Paradoxes, dilemmas and tensions in continuous innovation
  • The role of leadership for continuous innovation
  • Intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship as sources of continuous innovation
  • Continuous Service Innovation
  • Continuous Innovation in the Healthcare and Medtech industries
  • Innovation auditing and Innovation Measurement and Management
  • Design and Continuous Innovation
  • Management of ideas and creativity
  • Strategic Management and Continuous Innovation
  • Special Issues

The best papers presented at the conference will be invited to participate in a special issues of International Journal of Technology Management and the Journal of Creativity and Innovation Management. The invited papers will go through a review process, and if they reach the quality standard required by IJTM and CIM, they will appear in the special issues connected to the Conference.

Special tracks

Besides a regular submission you can also submit for a special track. Many tracks were submitted to the organizing committee, and the following ones were accepted (between brackets the organizer of the track):

  • MNCs, innovation and international knowledge sourcing, (Larissa Rabbiosi, Copenhagen Business School)
  • Entrepreneurship, open innovation and ecosystems: the creation, governance and maintenance of innovation networks (Eleonora Dimaria, University of Padua)
  • Innovation across geographical boundaries: new dynamics, new actors (Christina Chaminade, Lund University)
  • Regional Policy, Innovation, and Institutions (Andrea Filippetti, National Research Counsil Rome)
  • Boundary-spanning innovation in biotechnology and healthcare (Fausto di Vincenzo, "G. D'Annunzio" University)
  • Tensions and Paradoxes in Continuous Innovation Management: the Role of ICT and HR (Antonella Martini, University of Pisa). You can follow this track through LinkedIn.
  • Innovation through sourcing strategy and innovative sourcing (Lucia Marchegiani, Università degli Studi Roma Tre)
Special issue(s)

The best papers presented at the conference in general as well as selected tracks will be invited to participate in a special issues of International Journal of Technology Management and the Journal of Creativity and Innovation Management. As an additional possibility, track organizers may establish contacts with the editorial boards of other journals and invite the authors of the papers accepted for their tracks to submit also to a special issues of those journals. The only condition is that the special issue is clearly connected to the conference.

Developmental workshop

In 2011 we started with a new initiative: developmental workshops that will be held during one of the session time slots. These workshops are aimed specifically at encouraging and promoting increased collaboration between members of CINet. More specifically, the workshops will provide young and more experienced researchers the opportunity to present projects still in their developmental phase for the purposes of identifying potential project partners and gaining feedback from CINet members with project management experience.

To be considered for a developmental workshop, please prepare a brief summary (1-2 pages) of your project that defines the research objectives and the plans that have been made thus far, including ideas for how the project might include collaboration with CINet members. Submit the workshop proposal to the conference secretariat. If your proposal is accepted, you will be given instructions for preparing for the workshop.

11th PhD Workshop

The CINet PhD workshop offers PhD students a unique possibility to present and discuss, receive feedback, and exchange comments and views on their research in an inspiring academic community of fellow PhD students and experienced researchers active in the CINet community.

The PhD workshop will be held on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 September 2012, before the 13th International CINet Conference in Rome, Italy, and ends at the afternoon of the last conference day (18 September 2012), while there are also meetings during the conference.

The seminar is equivalent to a workload of 3 ECTS.

More information can be found on the workshop website.

Who should attend

Academics involved in research on open, networked, and collaborative innovation and change, as well as practitioners and consultants involved in management of innovation and change are invited to submit papers relevant to the conference theme and the various topics listed above, or simply register for conference attendance to gain access to leading research and practical experience in this key area. Also academics interested in sharing industry experience are welcome.

Since its establishment, CINet has been committed to bridging the gap between research and practice. To support this objective, a highly interactive panel debate will be held between researchers and industrialists on the first day of the CINet 2012 conference.

Further, we invite industrialists to join us as at the entire conference, or to participate on only one day (see conference fees). In case you register for the entire Monday, your registration includes an invitation to our conference dinner on Monday night, where you will have the opportunity to meet with researchers and other industrialists in a more social context. Industrialists wishing to contribute actively to the conference may do so by submitting an abstract.

Organising committee

boccardelliDr. Paolo Boccardelli
LUISS Guido Carli – LUISS Business School
Italy

 

magnussonProf. Mats Magnusson
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Sweden

 

rullaniDr. Francesco Rullani
LUISS Guido Carli – LUISS Business School
Italy

 

leoneDr. Maria Isabella Leone
LUISS Guido Carli – LUISS Business School
Italy

 

mongelliLuca Mongelli
LUISS Guido Carli – LUISS Business School
Italy Academic

 

Advisory Board

Prof.dr. Harry Boer, Aalborg University, Denmark
Dr. Carmen Kobe, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Dr. Bjørge Laugen, University of Stavanger, Norway
Dr. Antonella Martini University of Pisa Italy
Prof.dr. Patricia Wolf, Hochschule Luzern Wirtschaf/ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Key notes

José Arrojo de Lamohas been working in the Electrical Sector for the last 23 years and is nowadays dean of the innovation departmen of ENEL. For the last 8 years he has been CEO of Endesa Group. Before that he worked at ABB-Cidespa and at the National Institute of Industry. He is also associate professor at Comillas University. Jose Arrojo is ENEL’s and ENDESA’s representative at several international institutions and technology platforms. He has been Member of the Board of DS2 (Design of Systems on Silicon) and SADIEL (a Spanish TIC company), Technical Secretariat of Spanish Platform for Intelligent Grids and Chairman of Spanish Platform for Energy Efficiency.

baldwin

Carliss Y. Baldwin is the William L. White Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. She studies the process of design, modularity and architecture and their impact on firm strategy and the structure of business ecosystems. Her scientific production is considered a milestone in the field, with publications in journals like Industrial & Corporate Change, Research Policy, Management Science, Harvard Business Review, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, MIT Sloan Management Review.

gambardella

Alfonso Gambardella is a Professor in the Department of Management & Technology, at Università Commerciale "Luigi Bocconi" (Milan – Italy), where he is also Dean of the PhD School. His main line of research is focused on the issues of Economics of Technological Change, Applied Industrial Organization, Strategic Management, with several publications in the Strategic Management Journal, Management Journal, Industrial & Corporate Change, Management Science, Organization Science, Research Policy.

karlssonMagnus Karlsson is Director New Business Development & Innovation at Ericsson Headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden and Adjunct Professor in Innovation Management at the School of Industrial Engineering and Management, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. He joined Ericsson in 1998 and has been working in the areas of external research relations, strategic foresight, government & industry relations and innovation management. Recently, he was driving the Group-wide scenario planning project Communicating Worlds 2020. He is currently working on a major effort to strengthen innovation capabilities across the Ericsson Group.

Between 2003 and 2006 he served as Science & Technology Counselor at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington D.C. responsible for policy and technology intelligence. In a previous foreign assignment, he worked at the Office of Science & Technology at the Embassy of Sweden in Tokyo, Japan. He is a founding Member of the Association of Professional Futurists (APF), Board Member of the Institute for Management of Innovation and Technology (IMIT), Board Member of the Product Innovation Engineering program (PIEp), and the Chairman and national expert of the SIS Technical Committee TK 532 on Innovation Management, mirroring CEN/TC 389.

 

laursen

Keld Laursen is Professor of the Economics and Management of Innovation in the Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics at Copenhagen Business School. His primary research areas focus on: firm strategy and innovation in general open and distributed innovation processes, organizational forms and innovation performance, the role of universities and science in innovative activities, the role of technological innovation in international trade. His academic contribution is broadly distributed in the most important refereed journals like Strategic Management Journal, Industry and Innovation, Industrial & Corporate Change, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Organization Science, Research Policy.

Furthermore representatives of three firms recognized internationally as key innovation leaders will have a role in the programme.

Program

The program is available for download. Please check this page on a regular basis as updates to the program might be necessary. Current vesion: 13 September 2012.

Conference dinner

Vittoriano

The Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) or Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) or "Il Vittoriano" is a monument built to honour Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy.

It is in this impressive building were we will have our conference dinner ...

 

 

 

Submissions

Round one
  • Researchers wishing to contribute are invited to submit an extended abstract (in Word format) of 1000-1500 words by March 15, 2012. The abstract should address theoretical background, research objective, methodology, and results in terms of expected contribution to continuous innovation theory and practice. The theme of the extended abstract has to fit the overall theme of the conference. A high-quality abstract might be rejected if it is outside the scope and the theme for the conference. Authors are encouraged to follow the guidelines for extended abstracts.
    CINet members can also explicitly ask for a full paper review at this stage. Researchers requesting a full paper review must also submit by March 15, 2012. Full papers for review must be in accordance with the formatting guidelines. Authors should also follow the guidelines for papers.
  • Industrialists wishing to contribute are invited to submit an abstract (in Word format) of approximately 600 words no later than March 15, 2012. The abstract should address industry background, presentation objectives, problems addressed and results in terms of contribution to the practice of (continuous) innovation management. If the abstract is accepted, you will be asked to submit a PowerPoint file (see stage 3 below). Industrialists need not submit full papers.

All documents in this stage must be submitted electronically. Submissions received will undergo a double blind peer review, and the outcome of the review will be sent to the authors by April 27. The submission (abstract or paper) can either be accepted, provisionally accepted or rejected.

Special tracks

Besides a regular submission you can also submit for a special track. Many tracks were submitted to the organizing committee, and the following ones were accepted (between brackets the organizer of the track):

  • MNCs, innovation and international knowledge sourcing, (Larissa Rabbiosi, Copenhagen Business School)
  • Entrepreneurship, open innovation and ecosystems: the creation, governance and maintenance of innovation networks (Eleonora Dimaria, University of Padua)
  • Innovation across geographical boundaries: new dynamics, new actors (Christina Chaminade, Lund University)
  • Regional Policy, Innovation, and Institutions (Andrea Filippetti, National Research Counsil Rome)
  • Boundary-spanning innovation in biotechnology and healthcare (Fausto di Vincenzo, "G. D'Annunzio" University)
  • Tensions and Paradoxes in Continuous Innovation Management: the Role of ICT and HR (Antonella Martini, University of Pisa). You can follow this track through LinkedIn.
  • Innovation through sourcing strategy and innovative sourcing (Lucia Marchegiani, Università degli Studi Roma Tre)
Round two

Full paper submissions (research papers):

  • For provisionally accepted abstracts and papers the due date is June 1. After a review these submissions will either be accepted, accepted with minor modifications, or rejected.
  • For accepted abstracts and papers the due date is June 8. The review committee will go through these submissions and authors can be asked to do minor improvements of the paper.
  • Please follow the formatting guidelines for full papers. Alternatively you can use the paper template. Please note: papers that do not follow the formatting guidelines will not be accepted!

The submission needs to be done by email to the conference secretariat. Feedback will be sent to the authors by June 22.

Round three

Due on July 10 are:

  • Resubmissions of final papers (where minor changes were advised in stage 2).
  • Industrial presentations (PowerPoint file).

Full papers need to be sent to the conference secretariat by email.

Author guidelines

Please make sure that you read and follow the author guidelines carefully:

Important notes
  • Due to the different holiday periods in Europe we cannot give extensions of the deadlines mentioned above.
  • At least one author needs to register together with the submission of the final paper on July 1, otherwise the paper will not be included in the proceedings nor mentioned in the programme.
  • Abstracts should be submitted online, full papers should be submitted to the conference secretariat by email.

Key dates

Conference

  • 30-01-2012: Track proposal submission
  • 05-02-2012: Announcement of tracks & beginning of paper submission
  • 15-03-2012: Abstract or full paper (optional for CINet members) submission
  • 27-04-2012: Review decisions sent to authors
  • 01-06-2012: Full paper submission (for provisionally accepted submissions)
  • 08-06-2012: Full paper submission (for accepted submissions)
  • 22-06-2012: Feedback to authors
  • 10-07-2012: Final full paper submission
  • 10-07-2012: Registration for at least one author per paper

PhD Workshop

  • 15-06-2012: Application: 15 June 2012
  • 25-06-2012: Notification of acceptance or rejection: 25 June 2012
  • 15-08-2012: Submission short paper, 15 August 2012

Other

  • 01-07-2012: Developmental Workshop
  • 01-08-2012: CIYA Workshop

Registration

*** Please note: registration closes on Thursday 13 September 12:00!!***

Fees

  • € 550: Conference non CINet member*
  • € 500: Conference CINet member
  • € 450: Conference PhD student non CINet member*
  • € 400: Conference PhD student CINet member
  • € 400: Industrial - one day participation (conference dinner included)

*The fee for non CINet members includes CINet membership fee for one year.

Guided tour

The local organizers organized a 2-hours tour in the most Roman places (www.notfortouristsrome.com) for participants (and their companions). You will visits spots in Rome that no toursit will ever find! This tour will be held from 19:00-21:00 after the welcome reception on Sunday. If you are interested in taking part please indicate so on the registration form. For conference participants the tour is for free, for accompanying persons we will charge 30 euro's extra. If someone will accompany you during the tour please contact the conference secretariat.

Register

You can register to the conference by completing the registration form below (the latest version of Firefox has a bug that hides the form. Please use Internet Explorer, Safari or Google Chrome instead).

 

Hotels

The conference venue, Viale Pola, 12, is immersed in a very enjoyable and green district of Rome (called Trieste), where the LUISS Business School is located. It is easy to reach from Termini Railway Station (Bus Line 90 to “Labia”, stop “Nomentana/Villa Torlonia”, 200 metres by foot) and from Tiburtina Railway Station (Metro Line B to “Laurentina”, stop “Bologna”, then Bus Line 62, stop “Alessandro Torlonia”, 500 metres by foot).

In the neighbourhood there are plenty of hotels and B&Bs close to LUISS campuses (both in Trieste district, where the LUISS Business school is located and Parioli district where the LUISS Univerisity is located). The majority of them offer special prices for LUISS guests (in bold). Please find below the complete list.

Four star hotels

  • Relais 6, Via Tolmino, 6, 00198 Roma (280 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Fenix, Viale Gorizia 5/7, 00198, Roma (300 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Prime Hotel Villa Torlonia, Via Bartolomeo Eustachio 3, 00161, Roma (725 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Hotel Imperiale, Via Veneto 24, 00187, Roma, (3.7 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Turner, Via Nomentana 29, 00161, Roma (2 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Mascagni, Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 90, 00185, Roma (2.4 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Hotel La Griffe, Via Nazionale 13, 00184, Roma (3,4 km from LUISS Business School) el

Three star hotels                                                                              

  • Hotel Villa Pirandello, Via Antonio Bosio 15 B, 00161 Roma (300 mt from LUISS Business School) [Offer special prices of CINet participants] For Booking: info@villapirandello.it (refer to CINet Conference when booking) el
  • Villa Del Parco, Via Nomentana 110, 00161, Roma (260 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Mercure Roma Corso Trieste -Via Gradisca 29, 00198, Roma (400 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Hotel Coppedè, Via Chiana 88, 00198, Roma (480 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Hotel Silva, Via Bosio Antonio 20, 00161, Roma (500 mt from LUISS Business School) el
  • Santa Costanza, Via XXI Aprile 4, 00162, Roma (1 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Villa Florence, Via Nomentana 28, 00161, Roma (1.1 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • San Giusto, P.zza Bologna 58, 00162, Roma (1.3 Km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Regina Margherita, Via Bari 3, 00161, Roma (1.6 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Laura, Via XXI Aprile 109, 00162, Roma (1.8 km from LUISS Business School) el

Two star hotels

  • Galeno, Via dei Villini 10, 00161, Roma (2 km from LUISS Business School) el
  • Green, Via Regina Margherita 255, 00198, Roma (1.9 km from LUISS Business School) el

Bed & Breakfast

  • Adele Emme, Via Tagliamento 55
  • A casadi di Giorgia, C.so Trieste 62
  • Appennini, Via Appennini 32
  • Bologna, P.zza Bologna 6
  • Casa Vacanze Villa Paganini, Via delle Alpi 18
  • Circi B&B, Via Tagliamento, 76
  • Il Giardino de Lago, Via Pò 50
  • La Corte dei Fiori, Via Calatafimi 19
  • La Limonaia, Via Adige, 39
  • Mascagni, Via Monfalcone 1
  • Nel Giardino di Pancho, via N. Tartaglia and via F. Denza
  • Sharon's B&B, Via Tronto 28-32
  • Simone, Via dei Gallia e Sidama 5
  • Villa Paganini, Via delle Isole 8

Travelling information

The CINet Conference venue, (address: Viale Pola, 12, Rome) is immersed in a very enjoyable and green district of Rome (called Trieste), where the LUISS Business School is located.

Getting to Rome

By plane
The Rome airport system consists of Rome Fiumicino "Leonardo da Vinci" intercontinental airport and Rome Ciampino "Giovan Battista Pastine" airport.

Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FIUMICINO Airport)
Leonardo da Vinci Airport, known as Fiumicino Airport, is located in Fiumicino, 30 km (18 miles) from Rome.
To reach the hotels or LUISS University participants can:

  • Take the Airlines Shuttle (e.g. ALITALIA bus to be booked when you buy the flight tickets) or other company shuttle (e.g. Terravision) available outside the departures/arrivals terminal, which will bring you to the city center (usually Termini Railway Station). They leave about every 30 minutes. Cost: € 4-10.
  • Take a taxi. Cost, baggage included: around € 40 to the city centre. The cars are white and can be recognized by the sign "TAXI" on the car top and the ID licence number on the car door. For other destinations, the price will be indicated by the taximeter, to which the baggage fee has to be added.
  • Take the "Leonardo Express" train which arrives at Termini Railway Station, conveniently located in downtown Rome. It leaves every 30 minutes and takes about 30 minutes to reach Termini, without intermediate stops. Cost: € 14.
  • Take the metropolitan train to Tiburtina Railway Station (or to Poggio Mirteto/Fara Sabina, with intermediate stop at Tiburtina Railway Station). It leaves every 15 minutes and takes about 45 minutes to reach Tiburtina with about nine intermediate stops. Cost: € 8.
  • Rent a car with driver at the rent car service desk in front of the airport exit, countersigned by NCC.

Giovan Battista Pastine Airport (CIAMPINO Airport)
Rome Giovan Battista Pastine Airport, known as Ciampino Airport, is the budget airlines and charter flights airport, situated 15 km (9 miles) from Rome city centre. To reach their hotels or LUISS University participants can either take a taxi or rent a car with driver. Cost, baggage included: € 30 to the city .
Several low-cost airlines provide transportation by bus to Termini Railway Station. Other Airport Transfer Shuttles to Termini Railway Station are also available outside the departures terminal:
Terravision, one-way ticket cost: around  € 6 (journey time: 40 minutes)
Bus Shuttle, one-way ticket cost: around € 6 (journey time: 40 minutes)

For more information: www.adr.it

By train
Eurostar trains connect Rome with a wide range of other European cities. Termini Railway Station is conveniently located in the heart of the city.

By car
Through Italy's main motorway, the Autostrada del Sole (A1), which runs from the north to the south of the peninsula, Rome is well connected with all European cities.

Moving inside the city

Public transportation
Numerous bus lines connect all areas of the city. The underground has two lines, Linea A and Linea B. The two lines intersect at Termini Railway Station. The cost of the surface and underground transportation is the same. Tickets of different time limit and itinerary are available at ATAC counters, news-stands, tobacconists and automatic ticket dispensers, but not in buses.

  1. Biglietto Integrato a Tempo (BIT) – Integrated Time Ticket – Cost  €1.50
    This ticket is valid for  100 minutes from the time it is validated.  You can use it to take unlimited number of rides with buses and trams within that time frame but it is only valid for 1 metro ride.
  2. Biglietto Integrato Giornaliero (BIG) – Integrated Daily Ticket – Cost €6
    This ticket is valid for the day with unlimited buses, trams and metro rides.  It’s valid until midnight of the day it is used and not for 24 hours.
  3. Biglietto Turistico Integrato (BTI) – Integrated Tourist Ticket – Cost €16.50
    This ticket is valid for 3 days with unlimited buses, trams and metro rides. It’s valid until midnight of the 3rd day it is used and not for 72 hours.

All tickets must be validated at the beginning of the first trip either at underground station or on buses.
To download the metro lines map or view the interactive map: www.metroroma.it
For more information on transportation within the city visit: www.atac.roma.it

Roma Pass card
The capital's first cultural tourist card costs € 30 and entitles holders to free admission to the first two museums and/or archaeological sites visited, full access to the public transport system (excluded from and to airport), reduced tickets and discounts for any other additional museums and sites visited, as well as exhibitions, music events, theatrical and dance performances and all other tourist services.
Additional information on Roma Pass can be obtained at www.romapass.it

Taxis
Licensed taxis are white and can be recognized by the sign "TAXI" on the roof and by the identifying licence number on the doors. Do not take any car that is not an authorized Rome city taxi and do not trust people who approach you offering private taxi service (especially outside Termini Railway Station, Via Giolitti). In the city centre there are a number of ranks where taxis may be picked up. Taxis may also be hailed in the street by signalling the driver or ordered by calling one of the taxi call centres, which will send you a vehicle.
For reservation call: 063570, 066645, 064994, 0688122, 064157, 065551

 

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KEYNOTES

arrojoJosé Arrojo de Lamo
ENEL Group


baldwinCarliss Y. Baldwin
Harvard Business School


gambardellaAlfonso Gambardella
Università Bocconi


karlsson Magnus Karlsson
Ericsson

 

laursenKeld Laursen
Copenhagen Business School

 

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