Designing Networks for Innovation and Improvisation [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the 6th International COINs Conference / edited by Matthäus P. Zylka, Hauke Fuehres, Andrea Fronzetti Colladon, Peter A. Gloor.

Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2016.
1 online resource (XI, 185 pages) : 95 illustrations, 48 illustrations in color.
1st ed. 2016.
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This volume is focused on the emerging concept of Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs). COINs are at the core of collaborative knowledge networks, distributed communities taking advantage of the wide connectivity and the support of communication technologies, spanning beyond the organizational perimeter of companies on a global scale. It includes the refereed conference papers from the 6th International Conference on COINs, June 8-11, 2016, in Rome, Italy. It includes papers for both application areas of COINs, (1) optimizing organizational creativity and performance, and (2) discovering and predicting new trends by identifying COINs on the Web through online social media analysis. Papers at COINs16 combine a wide range of interdisciplinary fields such as social network analysis, group dynamics, design and visualization, information systems and the psychology and sociality of collaboration, and intercultural analysis through the lens of online social media. They will cover most recent advances in areas from leadership and collaboration, trend prediction and data mining, to social competence and Internet communication.
Part I - Communities, Societies and Culture
Cultural Differences in the Understanding of History on Wikipedia
The Emergence of Rotating Leadership for Idea Improvement in a Grade 1 Knowledge Building Community
Creating Community Language for Collaborative Innovation Community
Sociological Perspective of the Creative Society
Part II - Machine Learning, Prediction and Networks
Predicting 2016 US Presidential Election Polls with Online and Media Va-riables
US Election Prediction - A Linguistic Analysis of US Twitter Users
"Only say something when you have something to say" - Identifying Creatives Through Their Communication Patterns
Some Insights into the Relevance of Nodes' Characteristics in Complex Net-work Structures
Part III - Patterns
Workshop Generators Patterns: A Supporting Tool for Creating New Values in a Workshop
Design Patterns for Creative Education Programs
Pattern Objects: Making Patterns Visible in Daily Life
From Chefs to Kitchen Captains: A Leader Figure for Collaborative Networks in the Kitchen
Part IV - Social Media and Social Networks
Measuring the Level of Global Awareness on Social Media
The Citizen IS the Journalist - Automatically Extracting News from the Swarm
Growth Hacking: Exploring the Meaning of an Internet-born Digital Market-ing Buzzword
ADR Processes for Creating Strategic Networks for Social Issues: Dementia Projects
Depression as a Global Challenge and Online Communities as an Alternative Venue to Develop Patients-led Supportive Network
Appendix - Keynotes
Leadership, Communication and Charisma
Building Collective Consciousness - Homo Collaborensis
Words and Networks: Using Natural Language Processing to Enhance Graphs and Test Network Theories .
Zylka, Matthäus P. editor., Editor,
Fuehres, Hauke. editor., Editor,
Fronzetti Colladon, Andrea. editor., Editor,
Gloor, Peter A. editor., Editor,
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