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The First (Beer) Living Lab : Learning to Sustain Network Collaboration for Digital Innovation. / Frößler, Frank; Rukanova, Boriana; Klein, Stefan; Higgins, A.; Tan, Yao-hua; Kelly, S.

Collaboration in the Digital Age: How Technology Enables Individuals, Teams and Businesses. ed. / Kai Riemer; Stefan Schellhammer; Michaela Meinert. Springer, 2018. p. 227-247 (Progress in IS).

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Harvard

Frößler, F, Rukanova, B, Klein, S, Higgins, A, Tan, Y & Kelly, S 2018, The First (Beer) Living Lab: Learning to Sustain Network Collaboration for Digital Innovation. in K Riemer, S Schellhammer & M Meinert (eds), Collaboration in the Digital Age: How Technology Enables Individuals, Teams and Businesses. Progress in IS, Springer, pp. 227-247. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94487-6_11

APA

Frößler, F., Rukanova, B., Klein, S., Higgins, A., Tan, Y., & Kelly, S. (2018). The First (Beer) Living Lab: Learning to Sustain Network Collaboration for Digital Innovation. In K. Riemer, S. Schellhammer, & M. Meinert (Eds.), Collaboration in the Digital Age: How Technology Enables Individuals, Teams and Businesses (pp. 227-247). (Progress in IS). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94487-6_11

Vancouver

Frößler F, Rukanova B, Klein S, Higgins A, Tan Y, Kelly S. The First (Beer) Living Lab: Learning to Sustain Network Collaboration for Digital Innovation. In Riemer K, Schellhammer S, Meinert M, editors, Collaboration in the Digital Age: How Technology Enables Individuals, Teams and Businesses. Springer. 2018. p. 227-247. (Progress in IS). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94487-6_11

Author

Frößler, Frank ; Rukanova, Boriana ; Klein, Stefan ; Higgins, A. ; Tan, Yao-hua ; Kelly, S. / The First (Beer) Living Lab : Learning to Sustain Network Collaboration for Digital Innovation. Collaboration in the Digital Age: How Technology Enables Individuals, Teams and Businesses. editor / Kai Riemer ; Stefan Schellhammer ; Michaela Meinert. Springer, 2018. pp. 227-247 (Progress in IS).

BibTeX

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