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DeFillippi, Robert and Roser, Thorsten (2014) Aligning the co-creation project portfolio with company strategy. Strategy and Leadership, 42 (1). ISSN 1087-8572

Book Section

Roser, Thorsten (2005) Evaluating knowledge networks. In: Goessling, T., Jansen, R. J. G. and Oerlemans, L. A. G., (eds.) Coalitions and Collisions. Wolf Legal Publishers, Oisterwijk, Netherlands. ISBN 9789058501301


Roser, Thorsten, Samson, Alain, Humphreys, Patrick and Cruz-Valdivieso, Eidi (2009) New pathways to value: co-creating products by collaborating with customers. . LSE Enterprise, London, UK.

Garcia-Lorenzo, Lucia and Roser, Thorsten (2007) The dynamics of partnerships: exploring an inter-organisational collaboration project: final report of the Children's Centre Project stakeholders' views. . Children's Centre Project, London, UK. ISBN 9781905818198

Conference or Workshop Item

Roser, Thorsten, Rettler, R. and Van Held, F. (2006) Enabling the inventive enterprise through networked and systematic inventive thinking. In: International Conference on Creativity and Innovation in Decision Making and Decision Support (CIDMDS 2006), 2006-06-28 - 2006-07-01. (Submitted)

Todeva, E. and Roser, Thorsten (2005) The process of partnering and the dynamics of engagement. In: 12th International Conference on Multi-Organizational Partnerships, Alliances and Networks, 2005-01-01, Glamorgan, United Kingdom. (Submitted)

Roser, Thorsten and Will, M. (2003) Human oriented knowledge management: the human being as a production factor in the knowledge society. In: 9th BV-BDP Congress, 2003-01-01, Potsdam, Germany. (Submitted)

Roser, Thorsten (2002) Knowledge management in research and praxis. In: 8th BV-BDP Congress, 2001-01-01. (Submitted)


Roser, Thorsten (2012) Enablers and inhibitors to collaborating and organizational partnership in the UK voluntary and community sector: a longitudinal case study. Doctoral thesis, London School of Economics.

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