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CID Conference 2019

CID Conference 2019

International Scientific Conference on Collaborative Innovation Development

Hosted by Bialystok University of Technology, Faculty of Engineering Management, Poland, Białystok / Kleosin, June 10-11, 2019

Bialystok University of Technology is pleased to announce the International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Development (CID) mainly with external, but also with internal stakeholders in organisations of both types: commercial and public ones. The conference co-organizer is Foundation for the Development of the Bialystok University of Technology. Although the thematic scope of the conference is devoted mainly to marketing perspective with the focus on phenomena such as: relationships, networks, interactions, collaborative tools and practices, communication, value co-creation, the conference has a multidisciplinary character, as CID can be approached also from other than marketing perspectives, e.g.: R&D project management, open innovation, innovation management, and organizational change management.

In the business sector, the Collaborative Innovation Development with external stakeholders (e.g. customers and suppliers within the supply chain, distributors, potential consumers, consumers as product users, experts, clusters, universities and other research institutions) could be treated as manufacturing or services companies’ capability, which allows to achieve strategic advantage delivered by such relationships. Although the literature emphasizes the type of CID, which is collaborative New Product Development, other types of innovation development, such us: technological, social or marketing within the collaborative approach. The collaborative approach to innovation development processes could be connected with the B2B relationship marketing area (e.g. Jer et al., 2017; Trainor et al., 2013; Corsaro et al., 2012), but also consumers’ involvement in NPD processes (e.g. Chang and Taylor, 2016), is also relevant, being included in a B2C area. CID can be also associated with internal stakeholders, e.g. the issue of company’s interdepartmental collaboration. The NPD literature demonstrates, that the term „collaboration” is widely used and is often considered to be the same as: integration, coordination, cooperation and communication (Mishra and Shah, 2009; Gulati et al., 2005).

Collaborative Innovation Development (CID) approach in the public sector relies on harnessing the resources and the creativity of external networks and communities (including citizen networks as well as networks of nonprofits and private corporations) to amplify or enhance the innovation speed as well as the range and quality of innovation outcomes (Nambisan, 2008). This approach stresses the importance of the fact that innovation does not only take place in specific organizations. Organizations should be willing to share resources (like ideas, knowledge, funds and people) across organizational boundaries. The innovation is perceived as a process of collaboration and value co-creation among stakeholders in order to address societal challenges (Voorberg et al., 2015). CID research areas in public sector includes the nature of innovations across the entire spectrum of public service organizations, like central and regional government, local government, health care, cultural and educational organizations and also non-governmental public sector bodies and agencies.

The aim of the conference is to exchange knowledge among participants and get more insights into the issue of Collaborative Innovation Development from different theoretical perspectives and also from management practice point of view. The conference will place great emphasis on the  scientific discussion on conference participants’ presented works, towards development of extended abstracts into full papers, intended for submission to the quality journals. Keynote speakers, some other conference participants and members of the Scientific Board are experienced in publishing in high quality journals and would share their expertise to support improvement of presented research works.

 

Topics of interest, with regard to different type of organizations, include but are not limited to the following:

 

–   Practices, tools and methods utilized in CID –   Motivations of  stakeholders being involved in CID
–   Inter-organizational relationships, networks, interactions in CID processes –   Perception of organisations on external stakeholders engagement in  CID
–   Intra-organizational issues in CID processes –   The effectiveness and efficiency of CID process, e.g. time, cost and CID implementation outcomes, e.g. successful commercialization, customer satisfaction, effectiveness of solutions, relational benefits 
–   Antecedents of successful CID (e.g. environmental, organizational, relational)
–   Communication with external and internal stakeholders within CID processes –   Organisational and strategic management aspects of CID, strategic foresight
–   Leadership in CID processes –   R&D project management in CID
–   Inter-organizational or intra-organizational learning versus CID –   Organisations’ customer reactive or proactive orientation versus CID
–   Trust in CID processes –   CID versus co-production
–   Co-designing, co-development, co-implementation to production or to the market in CID –   Theoretical aspects of collaborative decision making with regard to innovation
–   Value co-creation in CID processes –   ICT/digital technology versus CID
–   Citizens engagement in CID processes in public organisations –   Utilization of Internet of Things (IoT) in CID processes
–   Consumers engagement in CID processes in services and manufacturing commercial organisations –   Comparison of collaborative versus non collaborative innovation development in organisations
–   Internationalization versus CID –   Machine to machine (M2M) interactions in CID processes

 

Literature:

  1. Chang, W., and Taylor, S. A. (2016). The effectiveness of customer participation in new product development: A meta-analysis. Journal of Marketing, 80(1), 47-64.
  2. Corsaro, D., Cantù, C., and Tunisini, A. (2012). Actors’ heterogeneity in innovation networks. Industrial Marketing Management, 41(5), 780-789.
  3. Gulati, R., Lawrence, P.R., and Puranam, P. (2005). Adaptation in vertical relationships: beyond incentive conflict. Strategic Management Journal 26(5), 415–440.
  4. Jer, R., Kim, D., and Bello, D. C. (2017). Relationship-based product innovations: Evidence from the global supply chain. Journal of Business Research, 80, 127-140.
  5. Mishra, A. A., and Shah, R. (2009). In union lies strength: Collaborative competence in new product development and its performance effects. Journal of Operations Management, 27(4), 324-338.
  6. Nambisan, S. (2008). Transforming Government Through Collaborative Innovation. IBM Center for the Business of Government. https://staging.community-wealth.org/sites/clone.community-wealth.org/files/downloads/paper-nambisan.pdf
  7. Trainor, K.J., Krush, M.T., and Agnihotri, R. (2013). Effects of relational proclivity and marketing intelligence on new product development. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 31(7), 788-806.
  8. Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J., and Tummers, L.G. (2015). A systematic review of co-creation and co-production: Embarking on the social innovation journey. Public Management Review, 17(9), 1333–1357. 

Scientific Board

Dr Adam Balcerzak, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika

Prof. dr. Rūta Čiutienė,Kaunas University of Technology

Dr hab. inż. Joanna Ejdys, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka

Prof. dr hab. Lechosław Garbarski, Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego

Dr hab. Marcin Gębarowski, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie

Prof. dr hab. Romualdas Ginevicius, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Dr hab. inż. Katarzyna Halicka, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka

Prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Karasiewicz, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Dr Urszula Kobylińska, Politechnika Białostocka,

Dr hab. inż. Anna Kosieradzka, prof. nzw., Politechnika Warszawska

Dr Katarzyna Krot, Politechnika Białostocka

Assoc. Prof. Krzysztof Kubacki, Griffith University

Prof. Vilmantė Kumpikaitė-Valiūnienė, Kaunas University of Technology

Dr hab. Grzegorz Leszczyński, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu

Dr hab. Grzegorz Mazurek, Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego

Prof. dr hab. Krystyna Mazurek Łopacińska, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu

Prof. dr hab. inż. Adam Mazurkiewicz, Instytut Technologii Eksploatacji

Dr hab. Maciej Mitręga, prof. nzw., Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach

Prof. dr hab. Bogdan Mróz, Szkoła Główna Handlowa

Prof. dr hab. inż. Joanicjusz Nazarko, Politechnika Białostocka

Prof. dr hab. Mirosława Pluta-Olearnik, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu

Dr hab. Tadeusz Popławski, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka

Dr Ewa Rollnik-Sadowska, Politechnika Białostocka,

Prof. dr hab. Maria Romanowska, Szkoła Główna Handlowa

Dr hab. Edyta Rudawska, prof. nzw., Uniwersytet Szczeciński

Dr hab. Wawrzyniec Rudolf, Uniwersytet Łódzki

Prof. dr hab. Adam Sagan, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie

Prof. dr. Asta Savanevičienė,Kaunas University of Technology

Prof. dr hab. Sławomir Smyczek, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach

Dr hab. Mariusz Trojanowski, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Dr hab. Anna Ujwary-Gil, Instytut Nauk Ekonomicznych PAN

Prof. dr hab. Maciej Urbaniak, Uniwersytet Łódzki

Dr hab. Zygmunt Waśkowski, prof. nzw., Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu

Prof. dr hab. Jan W. Wiktor, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie

Dr hab. Janusz Zawiła-Niedźwiecki. prof. nzw., Politechnika Warszawska

Dr hab. Ewa Glińska, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka, Vice chair of the Scientific Board

Dr Anna Kononiuk, Politechnika Białostocka, Vice chair of the Scientific Board

Dr hab. inż. Dariusz Siemieniako, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka, Chair of the Scientific Board

 

Organizing Committee

Dr hab. inż. Dariusz Siemieniako, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka, Chair of the Organizing Committee

Dr hab. Ewa Glińska, prof. nzw., Politechnika Białostocka, Vice Chair of the Organizing Committee

Dr Ewa Rollnik-Sadowska, Secretary of the Organizing Committee

Dr Urszula Kobylińska, Politechnika Białostocka

Dr Anna Kononiuk, Politechnika Białostocka

Mgr Ewelina Tomaszewska

Mgr Karolina Ilczuk

Mgr Aneta Panasiuk

Mgr Yauheniya Sazonenka

Mgr Natalia Wasiluk

Mgr Anna Zadykowicz

Krzysztof Kubacki is an Associate Professor in Marketing at Social Marketing @ Griffith, Griffith Business School, Australia. Krzysztof’s research focuses on identification, trial, evaluation, and dissemination of innovative approaches to behaviour change programs. He has over 15 years of experience in translating complex research into actionable recommendations and good practice guidelines in the United Kingdom and Australia. His research explores the transfer of useful, evidence-based knowledge within and outside of the social marketing field. Recently Krzysztof spent 5 years (2013-2018) working as VicHealth’s Social Marketing Research Practice Fellow. The findings and frameworks emanating from his VicHealth fellowship have directly informed innovative behaviour change program development and service delivery. Krzysztof regularly provides social marketing and behaviour change training to practitioners and he is sought after to serve in advisory board roles. Krzysztof’s research has been published in over 90 books, book chapters, industry and government reports, and leading scientific journal articles. He serves on editorial boards of both social marketing journals: Social Marketing Quarterly and the Journal of Social Marketing.

Maciej Mitręga is an Associate Professor and a head of Business and Consumer Relationship Management Department at the University of Economics in Katowice. Devoted to high quality research: 13 papers published in top-tier Impact Factor journals, including Long Range Planning (Thomson Reuters impact factor in 2016 = 3.6), International Journal of Operations & Production Management (IF in 2016 = 3.4),  Industrial Marketing Management and Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing. He was Marie Curie Research Fellow and Honorary Research Fellow at Manchester Business School for the years 2010-2014. The member of the editorial board in Industrial Marketing Management and Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing. His research area is mainly inter-firm relationships and networks, including relational strategies oriented at company innovations.

Dariusz Siemieniako is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Engineering Management, Bialystok University of Technology. He is also associated as an Adjunct Senior Lecturer (from 2013) in the Department of Marketing, Griffith Business School in Australia. During almost 25 years of his professional career he combined the activity in business practice and scientific research, transferring theory to the practice and practice to theory. Dariusz has experiences (about 7 years) in working as CEO, Board Member and Director of Business Development for several large companies (mostly manufacturing), being involved in ideation, development and implementation of innovative projects. Recently Dariusz was involved in improvements of R&D project management for a manufacturing companies. His research focuses on B2B relationship management and collaborative innovation development including NPD in manufacturing area. He published in quality journals including: Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Marketing Management, Qualitative Marketing Research, Journal of Customer Behaviour, Journal of Consumer Marketing. He was awarded  international scholarships of University of Cambridge (Clifford and Marry Corbridge Trust) and Griffith University.

Provisional program

 

10th of June 2019
09:30 – 10:00 Registration and coffee
10:00 – 11:30 Parallel sessions 1: Extended abstracts presentations
11:30 – 11:45 Coffee
11:45 – 12:00

12:00 – 12:30

12:30 – 13:15

Welcome: Assoc. Prof. Ewa Glińska, Bialystok University of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Dariusz Siemieniako, Bialystok University of Technology, CID in the business sector

Assoc. Prof. Krzysztof Kubacki, Griffith University, CID in the public sector

13:15 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Parallel sessions 2: Extended abstracts presentations
15:30 – 15:45 Coffee
15:45 – 17:15 Parallel sessions 3: Extended abstracts presentations
19:00 Conference dinner (dress code: casual)
11th of June 2019
9:00 – 10:30 Business practice in CID – meeting business practitioners
10:30 – 10:45 Coffee
10:45 – 11:25 Assoc. Prof. Maciej Mitręga, University of Economics in Katowice, CID in the scientific research
11:30 – 13:00 Parallel sessions 4: Extended abstracts presentations
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

 

Detailed program will be send via email to the participants of the conference in May 2019.

 

Patronage

Registration

Submission of extended abstracts and publication

  • Participants are invited to submit the extended abstracts written in English (3 pages long excluding references; Times New Roman, 12pt; justified text; margins 2,5 cm; singled spaced; citing literature in the text and at the end of the manuscript: Use American Psychological Association (APA) Style; when citing in the text, the following style should be included: author’s surname, year of publication. The bibliography should be listed at the end of the manuscript in alphabetical order.
  • The extended abstracts will be reviewed by the members of the Scientific Board.
  • All participants, with accepted extended abstracts will have an opportunity to present their work and receive feedback. The extended abstract presentation at the conference is a condition for publication in the book of abstracts (electronic version).
  • Participants will receive also: electronic version of the book of abstracts, conference materials, meals and drinks during the conference and evening dinner.
  • The following journals’ editors or guest editors may invite the chosen authors of the extended abstracts (according to the policy and rules of the journals) for developing full papers and submit to particular journal:

Journal of Business Economics and Management (indexed by Web of Science, impact factor 2017 = 1.503)

Engineering Economics (indexed by Web of Science, impact factor 2016 = 0.726)

Engineering Management in Production and Services (indexed by Scopus), general issue and special issue 4, volume 11: “New Perspectives on B2B Marketing – Connecting Marketing and Technology

Oeconomia Copernicana (indexed by Web of Science) – single issue dedicated to the CID conference 2019

Business Theory and Practice (indexed by Scopus)

Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (indexed by Web of Science)

The conference fee does not include the publication fee in some of these journals.

The conference Organizing Committee do not guarantee the publication of full papers in these or other journals.

  • The conference language is English.  
  • Participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.

 

The fee information

  • The conference fee is 650 PLN (for participants affiliated at universities in Poland); 150 EUR (for participants affiliated at universities outside Poland).
  • The participation in the conference without abstracts is also accepted (the conference fee is the same).
  • Payment in Euro:

Name of the bank: Bank Pekao SA I Oddział w Białymstoku

Account No.: PL 74 1240 5211 1978 0010 7123 5261

SWIFT code: PKOPPLPW

Payment title: „CID 2019 name surname”

  • Payment in PLN:

Name of the bank: Bank Pekao SA I Oddział w Białymstoku

Account No.: 95 1240 1154 1111 0000 2149 7977

Payment title: „CID 2019 name surname”

 

Important dates

15th of March 2019 Deadline for conference registration
15th of March 2019 Deadline for extended abstract submission
15th of April 2019 Information to the authors on abstract acceptance
30 of April 2019 Deadline for payment
10-11 June 2019 Conference

The conference will be held at Bialystok University of Technology, Faculty of Engineering Management, ul.  2 o. S. Tarasiuka Street, 16-001 Kleosin. For further information on Bialystok and the Podlasie region please visit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdshwrfKh_A

https://youtu.be/kK0JALAFzg0

https://bialystoksubiektywnie.com/blog/2016/04/02/atrakcje-bialegostoku-co-warto-zobaczyc/

http://atrakcjepodlasia.pl/atrakcje-turystyczne/bialystok/

 

Participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. Below you will find some examples of hotels. If you would like to book accommodation, please contact them directly.

 

Hotel Ibis Styles Białystok

Aleja Piłsudskiego 25

15-444 Białystok

Tel: (+48) 85/8772500

Faks: (+48)85/8772501

www.ibis.com

h9062@accor.com

Single room: 270 PLN

 

Apartamenty Młynowa

+48 535 488 000

ul.Młynowa 38

Białystok 15-404

apa@mlynowa.com

kontakt@mlynowa.com

Single room: 120 PLN

 

Hotel Pod Herbem

ul. Wiejska 49

15-351 Białystok

+48 85 742 24 30

+48 504 049 426

recepcja@hotel-podherbem.pl

Single room: 150 PLN

 

Centrum konferencyjno-bankietowe Titanic
ul. Pogodna 16D

15-354 Białystok

+48 (085) 742 92 46

+48 532 600 092

recepcja@ckbtitanic.pl

Single room: 170 PLN

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