Best Paper Awards 2016

Added: Tuesday 20 September 2016, 11:15

A committee consisting of Harry Boer (Aalborg), Mariano Corso (Milan), Klaasjan Visscher (Twente, and former editor of Creativity and Innovation Management) and Patricia Wolf (Lucerne) selected the two best paper awards of the 17th CINet conference, hosted by Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy, 11-13 September 2016.

John Bessant Best Paper Award

handing over bpaAnna Holmquist, Mats Magnusson and Mona Livholts won the John Bessant Best Paper Award for their paper “Reinventing tradition in crafts-driven innovation – exploring the creation of new meaning through forms, materials, and manufacturing processes”. The committee praised the relevance of the research in view of the conference theme, the way in which the authors relate their research to the innovation of meaning and innovation through tradition literature streams, and the rigor with which the research was conducted.

The award was handed to Anna Holmquist and Mats Magnusson by Patricia Wolf.

Mariano Cors Best Practical Implications Award

handing over bpaThe Mariano Corso Best Practical Implications Award was won by Susanna Teppola,
Petri Kettunen, Mari Matinlassi and Jari Partane for their paper “Transparency of information to improve continuous innovation experimentation performance”. The committee mentioned the rigorous design and execution of the research, which led to a strong and well-illustrated theoretical contribution, and also particularly the contribution of the research to solving an important managerial problem.

Mariano Corso handed the award to Susanna Teppola.


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