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In this field test an Idea- MirrorTM, a wall-sized, interactive touch screen that displays innovation ideas and features a scale for idea evaluation was compared with a state-of-the-art IT-based open innovation platform. Applying method triangulation and combining multiple, independent data sources it can be shown that ideas exhibited on the IdeaMirror have been invoked and rated significantly more often than on the IT platform. However, the idea ratings performed on the IT platform show a significantly higher concurrence with an independent expert jury. Implications for the use of IdeaMirrors in practice as well as for future research are deducted. To our knowledge this is one of the first studies that empirically investigate the purpose of publicly shared large screen displays for idea evaluation and supporting new product development."},{"title":"Idea Mirrors – Einsatz großer Wandbildschirme zur Förderung diskontinuierlicher Innovation in der Softwarebranche","type":"book_section","authors":[{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"}],"year":2008,"source":"Virtuelle Organisation und Neue Medien 2008: Workshop Gemeinschaften in Neuen Medien","pages":"241-252","publisher":"TU Dresden","city":"Dresden","editors":[{"first_name":"Klaus","last_name":"Meißner"},{"first_name":"Martin","last_name":"Engelin"}],"id":"b7820f1a-939f-31c1-8893-15e9a7bf7035","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["Apreciation","Awareness","CommunityMirrors","IdeaMirror","Innovationsmanagement","Konzept","Large Screen"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ott2008a","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Die Nutzbarmachung des in den Köpfen von Mitarbeitern und Kunden schlummernden, disruptiven Ideenpotenzials stellt Unternehmen weiterhin vor eine große Heraus- forderung. Der Ansatz des Idea Mirrors verfolgt in diesem Zusammenhang das Ziel, die Möglichkeiten großer Wandbildschirme zu nutzen, um das kreative Ideenpotenzial von Unternehmen insbesondere in den frühen Phasen des Innovationsprozesses besser sichtbar zu machen und so die Motivation zur Ideengenerierung, zur kommunikativen Ideenvernetzung und zur späteren gemeinschaftlichen Ideennutzung zu fördern. Die Einbettung der Benutzungsschnittstelle in den normalen Geschäftsalltag an halböffent- lichen Orten wie Empfangshallen, Cafeterien oder in Gruppenräumen soll die Hemmschwelle zur Interaktion herabsetzen und gleichzeitig die Wahrnehmung der dargestellten Inhalte durch eine breite Nutzerbasis garantieren."},{"title":"CommunityMirrors™ - Using Public Shared Displays to Move Information “out of the box”","type":"book_section","authors":[{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"},{"first_name":"Alexander","last_name":"Richter"}],"year":2010,"source":"Competence Management for Open Innovation","keywords":["Touchscreen","community mirror"],"pages":"141-169","publisher":"EUL Verlag","city":"Lohmar, Köln","editors":[{"first_name":"Joachim","last_name":"Hafkesbrink"},{"first_name":"Ulrich H.","last_name":"Hoppe"},{"first_name":"Johann","last_name":"Schlichter"}],"id":"1a0defed-f5b7-3173-8d6c-59098232b868","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMirrors"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ott2010a","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Nowadays digital information in organizational contexts, e.g. ideas from innovation management systems or personal content from social networking services, is usually \"hidden\" inside IT systems. In this chapter we present an approach, which helps to make information visible in a socio-technically integrated interactive way by using large touch screens or interactive projections in semi-public places. These socio-technical solutions help people to see, touch and experience digital content, and find information by chance without having to look for it explicitly. Intuitive presentation and interaction on large touch screens improve the visibility, awareness about what is happening in the underlying systems, and, last but not leastm the appreciation for information contributors. Moreover, direct integration into the social context encourages communication between people standing in front of the screens, and enhances the motivation of information providers for the generation of new content."},{"title":"IdeaMirrors™ – Ubiquitäre Natural User Interfaces für Innovationsmanagementsysteme","type":"book_section","authors":[{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"}],"year":2011,"source":"Gemeinschaftsgestützte Innovationsentwicklung für Softwareunternehmen","keywords":["Awareness","CommunityMirrors","GENIE","IdeaMirror","Informationsversorgung","Innovationsmanagement","ubiquitäre Benutzerschnittstelle"],"pages":"135-174","volume":"Schriften","issue":"31","publisher":"EUL Verlag","city":"Lohmar, Köln","editors":[{"first_name":"Jan Marco","last_name":"Leimeister"},{"first_name":"Helmut","last_name":"Krcmar"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"},{"first_name":"Kathrin","last_name":"Möslein"}],"id":"2a210905-2adb-3e81-9f77-fd2e7aec0264","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMirrors","IdeaMirror"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ott2011","private_publication":false},{"title":"Community Mirrors - Using Public Shared Displays to Move Information Out of the Box","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"},{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Alexander","last_name":"Richter"}],"year":2009,"source":"Supplementary Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work","pages":"17-18","websites":["http://www.ecscw09.org/proceedings/ecscw09_submission_109.pdf"],"publisher":"Springer","city":"Wien, Austria","editors":[{"first_name":"Ina","last_name":"Wagner"},{"first_name":"Hilda","last_name":"Tellioglu"},{"first_name":"Ellen","last_name":"Balka"},{"first_name":"Carla","last_name":"Simone"},{"first_name":"Luigina","last_name":"Ciolfi"}],"id":"48be7e34-0a92-3323-a972-a38001bd834b","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMirrors","Out-of-the-box","Video"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Koch","private_publication":false,"abstract":"CommunityMirrors make information, e.g. suggestions from innovation management systems or personal content from social networking services which are usually hidden inside of information systems available in a new and innovative way. In semi-public places like lobbies or coffee corners people can see, touch and experience digital content and find information by chance without having to look for it explicitly. Intuitive presentation and interaction possibilities on large touch screens improve the visibility of information, the awareness about what is happening in the underlying systems and last but not least the appreciation for information providers. Through the integration into the user’s social context CommunityMirrors support the communication between people standing in front of the screen and so finally enhance the motivation of information providers for the generation of new content."},{"title":"SocialNetworkingMirror™ - Einsatz halböffentlicher Touchscreens als ubiquitäre Benutzerschnittstellen für Social Networking Services","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Alexander","last_name":"Richter"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"}],"year":2010,"source":"Tagungsband der Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2010","pages":"679-690","websites":["http://webdoc.sub.gwdg.de/univerlag/2010/mkwi/02_technologien/kooperationssysteme/03_socialnetworkingmirror.pdf"],"publisher":"Universität Göttingen","city":"Göttingen","editors":[{"first_name":"Matthias","last_name":"Schumann"},{"first_name":"Lutz M.","last_name":"Kolbe"},{"first_name":"Michael H.","last_name":"Breitner"},{"first_name":"Arne","last_name":"Frerichs"}],"id":"66c584dc-e8f1-32c5-83fc-e6bccbb30ab6","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMirrors","Evaluation","Feldtest","Social Networking","SocialNetworkingMirror","Usability","Webinale","intuitive Nutzung"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ott2010c","private_publication":false},{"title":"Einsatz großer Wandbildschirme als Fenster in Kooperationssysteme","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Alexander","last_name":"Richter"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"}],"year":2009,"source":"Conference Proceedings Mensch und Computer 2009: Grenzenlos frei!?","pages":"103-112","publisher":"Oldenbourg","city":"Berlin","editors":[{"first_name":"Hartmut","last_name":"Wandke"},{"first_name":"Saskia","last_name":"Kain"},{"first_name":"Doreen","last_name":"Struve"}],"id":"18479dcf-a8c4-348c-80be-05e8b3fe7358","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["Awareness","CommunityMirrors","Informationsversorgung","Out-of-the-box","Serendipity"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ott2009h","private_publication":false,"abstract":"In diesem Beitrag stellen wir unsere bisherigen konzeptionellen Überlegungen zum Einsatz von Com- munityMirrors als Fenster in IT-Systeme sowie eine erste prototypische Umsetzung zur Diskussion. Als interaktive Wandbildschirme machen CommunityMirrors Inhalte, die normalerweise in Computer- systemen verborgen sind, an halböffentlichen Orten, wie Empfangshallen oder Cafeterien sichtbar, greifbar und erlebbar. Durch intuitive, vernetzte Präsentation lassen sie die Personen und Communities hinter den Inhalten in den Vordergrund treten und steigern so die Wertschätzung für Informationsliefe- ranten sowie die Sichtbarkeit der sonst in den Systemen verborgenen Information. Die Integration der Benutzerschnittstellen in den sozialen Kontext fördert die Kommunikation der Mitarbeiter und leistet so einen wichtigen Beitrag zur interaktiven Wertschöpfung innovativer Unternehmen."},{"title":"CommunityMirrors als Informationsstrahler in Unternehmen: Von abstraktem Kontext zu realen Arbeitsumgebungen","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"},{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"}],"year":2011,"source":"Informatik-Spektrum","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/s00287-010-0517-4","issn":"0170-6012"},"keywords":["Benutzerschnittstellen","CommunityMirrors","Innovationsmanagement","Kooperationssysteme","Large Screen","Natural User Interfaces","Social Software","Wandbildschirm","ubiquitär"],"volume":"34","issue":"2","websites":["http://www.springerlink.com/index/10.1007/s00287-010-0517-4"],"month":1,"publisher":"Springer Berlin / Heidelberg","id":"052a347e-d2de-37b0-9a9b-9f8851bc5615","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","accessed":"2011-03-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMirrors"],"read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Koch2011h","source_type":"article","notes":"10.1007/s00287-010-0517-4","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Informations- und Kooperationssysteme nutzen heute meist Desktoparbeitsplätze oder Laptops als primäre Schnittstelle zu Benutzern. Dies führt zu Problemen bei der Integration in den sozialen Kontext realer Arbeitsumgebungen sowie zu Defiziten bei der Versorgung mit Information, nach der nicht aktiv gesucht wird. Mit dem Konzept der CommunityMirrors stellen wir eine Ergänzung zu heutigen (modularen und anpassbaren) Informationssystemen vor, die eine Integration in reale Arbeitsumgebungen erlaubt und so verschiedene Potenziale bezüglich der Sichtbarkeit von Information und der Kollaboration rund um Information realisiert. Die Grundidee von CommunityMirrors besteht darin, in IT-Systemen enthaltene Information jenseits klassischer Desktoprechner sichtbar, greifbar und erlebbar zu machen und so eine in den sozialen Kontext eingebettete Benutzungsschnittstelle als ,,Informationsstrahler bereitzustellen. Neben der Vorstellung des Grundkonzeptes und der Potenziale dieser Idee präsentieren wir im Folgenden auch erste Erkenntnisse und Anregungen zur Umsetzbarkeit in der Praxis, die in verschiedenen Feldtests in den vergangenen Jahren gewonnen wurden."},{"title":"CommunityMirrors – Large Interactive Screens as Natural User Interfaces for Cooperation Systems","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"}],"year":2010,"source":"Workshop Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'10): Natural User Interfaces - The Prospect and Challenge of Touch and Gestural Computing","keywords":["CommunityMirrors","Cooperation Systems","Design","Interaction Style","NUI","Natural User Interface","Socio-technical System","Touch Computing","Touchscreen"],"publisher":"ACM Press","city":"Atlanta","editors":[{"first_name":"Dennis","last_name":"Wixon"},{"first_name":"Steven","last_name":"Seow"},{"first_name":"Andy","last_name":"Wilson"},{"first_name":"Ann","last_name":"Morrison"},{"first_name":"Giulio","last_name":"Jacucci"}],"id":"d1c56ea9-b51b-3354-b131-94964b351634","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","read":true,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ott2010d","private_publication":false,"abstract":"In this paper we describe one of the problems (multi)touch computing is currently facing in many organizations because of its rapid growth: a lack of reasonable deployment scenarios and missing integration into the social context. After specifying the main challenges appearing in this field of interest we will give a short overview of our socio-technical approach to support interactive information supply and peripherally awareness support with socially integrated ubiquitous “CommunityMirrors” as (semi-)public Natural User Interfaces for Cooperation Systems."},{"title":"Gemeinschaftsgestützte Ideenbewertung","type":"book_section","authors":[{"first_name":"Ivo","last_name":"Blohm"},{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"},{"first_name":"Ulrich","last_name":"Bretschneider"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Huber"},{"first_name":"Markus","last_name":"Rieger"},{"first_name":"Franz","last_name":"Glatz"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"},{"first_name":"Jan Marco","last_name":"Leimeister"},{"first_name":"Helmut","last_name":"Krcmar"}],"year":2011,"source":"Gemeinschaftsgestützte Innovationsentwicklung für Softwareunternehmen","keywords":["Awareness","Community","CommunityMirrors","GENIE","IdeaMirror","Innovationsbewertung","Innovationsmanagement","ubiquitäre Benutzerschnittstelle"],"pages":"175-202","volume":"Schriften","issue":"31","publisher":"EUL Verlag","city":"Lohmar, Köln","editors":[{"first_name":"Jan Marco","last_name":"Leimeister"},{"first_name":"Helmut","last_name":"Krcmar"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Koch"},{"first_name":"Kathrin","last_name":"Möslein"}],"id":"92a22f85-50f8-34ff-a972-f3048b910000","created":"2012-05-20T18:40:54.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMirrors","IdeaMirror"],"read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Blohm2011","private_publication":false},{"title":"Building a Person-Centric Mashup System - CommunityMashup: A Service Oriented Approach","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Peter","last_name":"Lachenmaier"},{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Ott"}],"year":2011,"source":"Proceedings of the 3rd Central-European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS'2011)","keywords":["CSCW","CommunityMashup","Mashup","Model Driven Development","Service Oriented Architecture","Social Software"],"pages":"122-129","websites":["http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-705/paper17.pdf"],"publisher":"CEUR-WS.org","city":"Karlsruhe, Germany","editors":[{"first_name":"Daniel","last_name":"Eichhorn"},{"first_name":"Agnes","last_name":"Koschmider"},{"first_name":"Huayu","last_name":"Zhang"}],"id":"fb0fac44-2504-3df1-a943-d9e6db026737","created":"2012-05-20T18:39:45.000Z","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"69734a65-795e-3e74-b390-3647f495e052","group_id":"19eab436-eeed-38e4-9c3a-2f5cbcce37b8","last_modified":"2017-03-14T12:19:08.218Z","tags":["CommunityMashup"],"read":true,"starred":true,"authored":false,"confirmed":true,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Lachenmaier2011a","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Based on the success of the Web 2.0, today’s IT systems are continuously moving from a solely information-centric data perspective to a more person-centric model and are thereby becoming more social. 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Easy access to federated activity streams and other awareness infor- mation become more and more important. The increasing number of platforms that are used leads to the demand of a flexible integration solution. The CommunityMashup represents a person-centric data integration solution for social systems and facilitates data aggregation while retaining the assignment to the original sources. We pre- sent a person-centric data model and applying a model driven development approach to it. This supports contin- uous evolution as well as flexible integration of heteroge- neous and frequently changing systems and APIs. 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Easy access to federated activity streams of colleagues and other awareness information that is aggregated from different distributed intra- and extra-organizational systems become more and more important for the daily knowledge work. The increasing number of platforms every person uses requires a flexible data integration solution that keeps track of the connections between the pieces of information and the persons involved in their creation in order to create a unified and aggregated view for work groups, teams and communities. This unified data collection is especially important for social network analysis and data mining as individual profiles and activities are meanwhile typically distributed over various source systems. In this paper we present the CommunityMashup, a person-centric multi-user data integration solution for social software and similar systems that facilitates data aggregation and filtering while retaining the link to the pieces of information in the source systems. To support continuous evolution and flexible integration of frequently changing heterogeneous APIs and interfaces, we apply a model-driven development approach based on a therefore created person-centric data model. In addition to the conceptual design of the CommunityMashup, we present a reference implementation based upon open source components. Our overall goal is to build a multi-user mashup middleware for social software that offers an universal entry point in combination with unified data access for different client devices and can be used in various application scenarios with regard to individually specified service levels, e.g. continuous availability."}]

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Peter Lachenmaier, Florian Ott, Michael Koch (2012) Model-driven Development of a Person-centric Mashup for Social Software, Social Network Analysis and Mining online fir, S. 1-15, Springer Wien, url, doi:10.1007/s13278-012-0064-x

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Peter Lachenmaier, Florian Ott (2011) Building a Person-Centric Mashup System - CommunityMashup: A Service Oriented Approach, Proceedings of the 3rd Central-European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS'2011), Daniel Eichhorn, Agnes Koschmider, Huayu Zhang (Hrsg.), S. 122-129, Karlsruhe, Germany: CEUR-WS.org, pdf

Peter Lachenmaier, Florian Ott, Antonia Immerz, Alexander Richter (2011) CommunityMashup - A Flexible Social Mashup Based on a Model-Driven-Approach, Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration (IRI'2011), Reda Alhajj, James Joshi, Mei-Ling Shyu (Hrsg.), S. 48-51, Las Vegas, NV: IEEE, url

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