Une typologie d’espaces ouverts d’innovation basée sur les différents modes d’innovation et motivations à la participation


Open spaces for innovation (such as Fab Labs, Living Labs, coworking spaces, hackerspaces, makerspaces, etc.) are localized spaces that offer open access to resources and which are characterized by a culture of openness and cooperation based on sharing knowledge, resources and
tools. This article proposes a typology of these spaces based on the types of innovation (methods and techniques
of ideation; social innovation; open innovation and user innovation) and the motivations for participation. This
typology helps to identify common characteristics but also the peculiarities of the innovative approaches that are
behind the different denominations.

Publication type: 
Scientific Article
Date de parution: 
Gestion 2000