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Co-creation Workshops at JOSEPHS

last modified Feb 23, 2016 10:43 AM
Prof Andy Neely, Dr Veronica Martinez, Prof Kathrin Moeslein, Julia Jonas and Katharine Greve launched two workshops in The JOSEPHS Living Lab in Nurenberg, Germany on 4-5 Feb, 2016

The project called 'Creating Data Templates for Economic Model Innovation: The JOSEPHS’ Lab Study' is actively supported by the NEMODE/EPSRC. In the first workshop the on-site JOSEPHS Living Lab team, managers, researchers and coordinators participated. In the second one, firms that have been using the living lab JOSEPHS participated and presented their co-creation experiences and best practices. During these workshops, we identified several elements and sub
components that facilitate co-creation at JOSEPHS. The final outcomes of this project will be disseminated through a conference paper and a journal article.

2016 February News Josephs workshopA photo with all participants of the second co-creation workshop which aimed to explore the main co-creation elements in more details to explain what facilitates co-creation at JOSEPHS.

Left to right (back row first): Christofer Daiberl, Ingeborg Steinmetz, Angela Roth, Veronica Martinez, Julia Jonas, Nina Lugmair, Katharina Greve, Frank Danzinger; Front row: Julian Boha, Rebekka Schmidt


 

 

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