Sociomaterial influence on social media: exploring sexualised practices of influencers on Instagram
Purpose: Relying on social influence and sociomateriality
theories, this research provides new insights about the social and material drivers relating to the sexualisation of online behaviour of social media influencers.
Art, creativity and innovation : lessons learned from french cases studies
Open labs and Innovation management : the dynamics of communities and ecosystems
Building interstitial spaces to support collective dynamics: the roles of innovation spaces in healthcare
The role of organization intermediaries in science-/techno-push versus user-centric approaches in health care innovation