About SMV Crowdsourcing Lab

In the project SMV Crowdsourcing Lab, a group of Danish companies have worked with crowdsourcing methods. The companies have participated in a number of workshops to gain knowledge about crowdsourcing methods and then worked with their own crowdsourcing challenges in a range of lab sessions.

The project is a partnership between Danish Crowdsourcing, CBS, University of Copenhagen and VIA University College and is supported by the Danish Industry Foundation.

Read more about the structure of SMV Crowdsourcing Lab below.

Key elements of the project

1. WORKSHOPS

Gennem et intenst workshopforløb på 6 moduler lærer virksomhederne om potentialet i brugen af åben innovation og crowdsourcing ved hjælp af praktiske cases og metoder, der er baseret på forskningsmæssig evidens. Workshopforløbet har til formål at klargøre virksomhederne til at arbejde konkret med deres egne udfordringer i det efterfølgende lab session forløb.

  

2. LAB SESSIONS

Lab session forløbet strækker sig over en periode på 6 måneder og inkluderer 5 lab sessions, hvor virksomhederne gennem et struktureret forløb arbejder konkret med at løse deres egne udfordringer gennem aktuelle crowdsourcing projekter. Her startes der med at identificere en række egnede problemstillinger fra egen virksomhed, hvorefter der indledes en proces, der giver virksomhederne redskaber til at bruge crowdsourcing i praksis.

   

3. SMV CROWDSOURCING NETWORK

De deltagende virksomheder i forløbet etablere et netværk, der fremadrettet vil fungere som et forum for samarbejde, sparring og vidensdeling. Alle virksomheder, der er interesseret i åben innovation og crowdsourcing, er velkomne til at deltage i netværket.

Kontakt hello@danishcrowdsourcing.org, hvis du vide mere om mulighederne eller læs mere på vores LinkedIn side: https://www.linkedin.com/company/smv-crowdsourcing-lab/.

  

4. CROWDSOURCING CONFERENCE

SMV Crowdsourcing Lab ends with a conference where the participating companies will share their experiences and thoughts with a wider network of companies and other stakeholders.

What is SMV Crowdsourcing Lab?

“We provide small and mid-sized companies with the skills to maneuver in a world where knowledge is widely spread, and innovation happens exponentially.”

Daiana Fobian Nielsen

Co-founder, Danish Crowdsourcing

Christoph Grimpe

Christoph Grimpe is Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen Business School (CBS).
His research focuses on companies’ open innovation strategies and the strategic use of intellectual property.

Daiana Fobian Nielsen

Daiana F. Nielsen is a co-founder of Danish Crowdsourcing and works as a consultant and project manager supporting companies and organizations in the use of open innovation and crowdsourcing methods. Furthermore, Daiana works at CBS as External Lecturer.

Flemming B. Gammelgaard

Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard is a co-founder of Danish Crowdsourcing and associated to Aarhus Universitet, where he researches in innovation, crowdsourcing, and crowdfunding. He is also Chief Consultant at VIA University College.

Karin Beukel

Karin Beukel er Assistant Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen University and Associate Lecturer at CBS. She holds a PhD in Economics and Management. Her area of interest is intellectual property strategy and management and its connection to innovation

Kristine Pontoppidan

Kristine Pontoppidan is CEO of NinjaConsult where she works with companies that want to use crowdfunding in their development strategy. Kristine is the project manager of the SMV Crowdsourcing Lab project.

Marion Poetz

Marion Poetz is Associate Professor of Innovation Management at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and Scientific Director of Open Innovation in Science Research and Competence Center (OIS Center). Her research concerns strategy, leadership, organizational learning and problem solving in new forms of innovation practices.

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