Friday 16th Dec. 2016 – 9.30 to 11.00: Academic Paper Presentations – Session 1

  • Topic 1 (Room 1-10): Hacking, circumventing, drifting, and improvising: collaborative movements as counter-cultures for management and innovation? Track chair: Roser Pujadas, London School of Economics

Camus Annie (UQAM): Are collaborative spaces the new locus of innovation in work organization? Insights from a study on coworking spaces

Lô Amadou (Université Lyon 3) & Fatien Diochon Pauline (Menlo College): Corporate Fab Lab or the hacking of standardized innovation processes. The case of Renault

Merkel Janet (City University): Co-working: Between an emancipatory practice for precarious freelance labour and the commercialization of collaborative work communities

Rus Andrej (University of Ljubljana) & Iglič Hajdeja (University of Ljubljana): Coworking Between Community and Market

de Vaujany François-Xavier (DRM, PSL-Université Paris-Dauphine): Hacking management: an invitation that needs to be taken seriously?

  • Topic 2 (Room 2-11): Labs and collaborative communities: new concepts, theories and typologies for management and organization studies. Track chair: Pierre Laniray, University de Poitiers (IAE & CEREGE)

Hussenot Anthony (DRM, PSL-Université Paris-Dauphine) & Hernes Tor (Copenhagen Business School): Understanding organization as an open and whole movement: evidence from the maker movement

Schmidt Suntje (Leibniz-Institut für Raumbezogene Sozialforschung, IRS): Debating Typologies for Open Creative Labs. Examples from Germany

Rozay Elen (DRM, PSL-Université Paris-Dauphine): Collaboration in the context of the internationalization of a French dairy cooperative: a processual perspective

Ivaldi Silvia (Università Cattolica di Milano), Scaratti Giuseppe (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), & Pais Ivana (Pais Ivana): Coworking: a complex phenomenon between typologies and contradiction

Saludadez Jean (University of the Philippines Open University): Transformation of educational spaces: an agentive analysis of the collaboration on program development and delivery among southeast Asian open universities

  • Topic 3 (Room 2-10): The politics of collaborative communities and collaborative movements: rurality, refugees, and political entrepreneurship. Track chair: Stefan Haefliger, Cass Business School

Cnossen Boukje (Tilburg University) & Markman Eliel (DRM, PSL-Université Paris-Dauphine): The politics of sharing space: co-working spaces in Amsterdam and Paris

Fargeot Stéphanie (DRM, PSL-Université Paris-Dauphine): An ethnographical account of La Quincaillerie numérique: How to combine social innovation with local life?

Fasshauer Ingrid (UPEM, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée) & Veil Cathy (IRG, UPEM): The collaborative communities in the service of social innovation, the example of a living lab in a rural area

Fotaki Mariana (WBS) & Daskalaki Maria (WBS): Solidarity economy initiatives in crisis-stricken Greece as sites for co-production of ideas, knowledge, practices and resources

Ferchaud Flavie (Université de Rennes II): Contradictions about the role-s of places focused on digital practices, fabrication and experimentation in the city: the cases of the cities of Gent (Belgium), Rennes and Toulouse


  • Topic 4 (Room 1-13): Collaborative economy and collaborative practices: trends and (un)successful trajectories. Track chair: Fabrice Periac, IPAG Business School

Grenier-Arellano Alina (University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Vrije Universities (VU)): Makers and Breakers: Shared Fabrication Spaces and the Double Edged Sword for Entrepreneurial Ambitions

Errichiello Luisa (Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development – IRISS) & Tommasina Pianese (IRISS): Transforming the Workplace: Smart Work Centers as the new frontier of remote work arrangements

Ivaldi Silvia (Università Cattolica di Milano), Scaratti Giuseppe (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) & Galuppo Laura (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore): Fab lab: how to promote collaborative organizing and successful innovation management