Christofer Daiberl

Christofer Daiberl
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg | FAU · School of Business and Economics

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Publications (19)
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In open innovation initiatives for sustainability-oriented innovations, it is indispensable to have a wide array of engaging stakeholders. Yet, as not all relevant actors are able or willing to participate, important opinions can go unnoticed. Due to such stakeholder selection effects, aspects of high relevance may remain uncaptured. To address thi...
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Innovation in the medical technology (med tech) industry has a major impact on well-being in society. Open innovation has the potential to accelerate the development of new or improved healthcare solutions. Building on work system theory (WST), this paper explores how a multi-sided open innovation platform can systematically be established in a Ger...
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Das Jahr 2009 stellte für die Elektromobilität (E-Mobilität) in Deutschland eine Zäsur dar. Zu dieser Zeit begann die Bundesregierung, mit einer breit angelegten Initiative die Kräfte von Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft zu bündeln, um bis 2020 eine Million Elektrofahrzeuge (E-Fahrzeuge) auf die Straße zu bringen (Bundesregierung, 2009). Ergänzt wurde d...
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Online-Offline Co-Creation (O2C2) describes the systematic integration of (potential) users into innovation processes combining different online and offline tools. Integrating virtual and real-world interactions, the effectiveness of co-creation shall be enhanced by harnessing the benefits of the different settings whilst overcoming their respectiv...
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Part II introduces the key concepts applied throughout the dissertation to answer the research questions depicted in Part I. They serve as the conceptual foundation of the systematic literature review presented in Part III and guide the exploratory case study delineated in Part IV. Moreover, they direct the selection and adaptation of relevant theo...
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This dissertation explores how a focal provider can drive productivity in the context of networked service delivery. Part VI of this dissertation support this goal by summarizing what has been established so far, reflecting on these findings, and developing design principles. Moreover, it depicts limitations and directions for future research and c...
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This dissertation has the overall goal to explore how a focal provider can drive productivity in the context of networked service delivery. Part V supports this goal by designing and evaluating a corresponding technique. The research problem and the design objectives are derived from the findings of the systematic literature review presented in Par...
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Enhancing productivity has long been considered a crucial driver to foster competitive advantages (Tangen, 2005) and it is considered fundamental to management science and practice (Djellal & Gallouj, 2013). In the realm of services, Peter F. Drucker, a pioneer of modern management, foresaw in 1991: “The single greatest challenge facing managers in...
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This dissertation explores how a focal provider can drive productivity in the context of networked service delivery. Part III aims to support this goal by contributing to a better theoretical as well as practical understanding about existing approaches for driving service productivity from a network perspective. As highlighted before, scholars from...
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This dissertation has the overall goal to explore how a focal provider can drive productivity in the context of networked service delivery. Part IV supports this goal by enhancing the conceptual understanding in this regard. In Part II it was stressed that advanced conceptual models depict service productivity from a dyadic perspective (Bartsch et...
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Christofer F. Daiberl explores how to enhance the productivity of services delivered by a network of co-providers. Harnessing empirical insights and synthesizing contributions from service design, information systems, and engineering, the author develops a systematic productivity improvement technique. The technique supports practitioners to iterat...
Conference Paper
This paper aims to contribute to a better theoretical as well as operational understanding of how to enhance productivity in the context of networked service delivery. Given the heterogeneity of existing approaches for en-hancing service productivity, a multidimensional assessment scheme is developed fostering an integrative understanding for both...
Conference Paper
Contemporary understanding of service productivity lacks behind other scientific advances in the service field. Given the rising importance of networked service provision, this study aims to conceptualize productivity within a service network. Based on empirical data derived from a single, embedded case design, service productivity is conceived as...
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Understanding how to enhance service productivity is vital for advancing the service field and fostering economic growth. However, the concept of service productivity itself poses severe operational challenges as it is unclear how to operationalize inputs and outputs in a service setting. Despite this fuzziness, existing models often conceptualize...
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The project had the goal to design and implement a sustainable open innovation platform for the Medical Valley of the European metropolitan area of Nuremberg (Medical Valley EMN e.V.), Germany.

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Complex topics and systems can be represented in a simplified way using models. The latter enables to run simulations, which allows conclusions to be drawn about future system behavior. In addition, it is important for user-centered system design to provide the stakeholders involved with a reference point against which technologies, functionalities and processes can be discussed. The Industry 4.0 demonstrator PID4CPS combines these requirements and makes it possible to illustrate the digital transformation through a model in workshops. The demonstrator can be configured for specific applications due to its modular design and in doing so explain digital technologies, value creation and business models in order to create a common understanding. In the system design process, it can be used for iterative evaluation and consolidation integrating different stakeholder groups. PID4CPS is also established in the area of education and training on new systems and programs.
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Die Gesellschaft für E-Mobilität aktivieren
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Inwiefern bringt die Digitalisierung von Arbeit im gleichen Zuge neue oder veränderte Formen der Partizipation hervor oder erfordert sie sogar, die im Sinne der betriebli-chen Mitbestimmung genutzt werden können? Dazu fragen wir nach der Übertrag-barkeit einer Logik, die in partizipativen 'Open Innovation'-Ansätzen angelegt ist. Welche digitalen Technologien setzen Akteure der betrieblichen Mitbestimmung be-reits ein? Inwiefern verbindet sich damit eine institutionelle Öffnung im Sinne von ‚Open Innovation‘ sowie einer partizipativeren Ausrichtung der Mitbestimmungspra-xis?