JOSEPHS® - Die Service Manufaktur
JOSEPHS® - Die Service Manufaktur is a project by the Fraunhofer IIS - Center for Applied Research on Supply Chain Services SCS and the FAU Erlangen-Nurembergs' chair of Information Systems 1. This open shop in downtown Nuremberg invites visitors to co-create the future of services and products.
JOSEPHS® is a project, researching, amongst others, about how customers actively participate in innovation for goods and products, about how firms learn from working together with customers in direct interaction and about how experiments with prototyping and innovation tools can lead to further development of the latter.
JOSEPHS® is part of the project "Service Factury Nuremberg", funded by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology.
- Perez Mengual M., Jonas J., Schmitt-Rüth S., Danzinger F.:
Tools for collaborating and interacting in Living Labs
ServDes (Milano, 18. June 2018 - 20. June 2018)
- Boha J., Jonas J., Möslein K.:
Evolution of Value Propositions in Innovation Ecosystems
RESER - the European Association for Research on Services
- Daiberl C., Roth A., Möslein K.:
Conceptualizing productivity within a service network: The case of JOSEPHS®
Euroma Konferenz (Trondheim)
- Jonas J., Möslein K.:
Cross-organizational innovation: Implications for collaborative R&D Strategies
R&D Management Conference
- Greve K., Martinez V., Jonas J., Neely A., Möslein K.:
Facilitating co-creation in living labs: The JOSEPHS study. Workshop series.