Under the chair(wo)manship of Ann-Charlotte Teglborg (Novancia – Paris) a track on ‘Employee-Driven Innovation and Workplace Learning’ was organized at the ECIE 2013 conference in Brussels.
The following papers were presented:
- Employee-Driven Innovation (EDI): Toward an Extended Concept of Innovation
Høyrup Steen, Aarhus University, Denmark
- Rewards work? Researching the Relation Between Monetary Reward and Employee Innovativeness
De Spiegelaere Stan, Guy Van Gyes, HIVA – KULeuven, Belgium and Geert Van Hootegem, CESO – KULeuven, Belgium
- Employee-Driven Innovation in A Higher Educational Institution: Organisational and Cultural Influences
Dzisi Smile, Koforidua Polytechnic, Ghana, Benjamin Kwofie, Aalborg University, Denmark and Joshua Ofori-Amanfo, University of leeds, UK
- Individual and Mandatory Innovation in Automotive Industry: A Case Study.
Chiru Cristian, Razvan Bogdan, Versavia Ancusa, and Bogdan Suta, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
- Organizational Innovation – Can Job Enrichment Enhance Employee?
Paulisic Morena, Tea Golja, and Barbara Unkovic, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Croatia
- Employee Driven Innovation: Bridging Close and Open Innovation Practices
Laviolette Eric, Renaud Redien-Collot, and Ann-Charlotte Teglborg, Novanica Business School, Paris, France (Presentation only)
- A Study of Customer Feedback and Employee Driven Innovation
Usugami Jiro, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan
- Unleashing the Innovation Potential – Broad Involvement of Employees
Reksten Pia Mulvad, Danish Confederation of Trade Unions, Denmark
(Non-Academic, Presentation only)
- FAVI : An Innovatiive Work System and Employee Driven Innovation Approach for a Client-Orientated Industrial Firm
Teglborg Ann-Charlotte, Novancia, France, Patrick Gilbert, and Nathalie Raulet-Crozet, University Paris I, France