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Hila Lifshitz-Assaf
Hila Lifshitz-Assaf
Associate professor NYU Stern school of business. Visiting faculty at Harvard University Lab for
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Open innovation and organizational boundaries: task decomposition, knowledge distribution and the locus of innovation
KR Lakhani, H Lifshitz-Assaf, M Tushman
Handbook of economic organization: Integrating economic and organizational …, 2013
3322013
Dismantling Knowledge Boundaries at NASA: The Critical Role of Professional Identity in Open Innovation
H Lifshitz-Assaf
Administrative Science Quarterly 63 (4), 746-782, 2018
242*2018
Turbulent stability of emergent roles: The dualistic nature of self-organizing knowledge coproduction
O Arazy, J Daxenberger, H Lifshitz-Assaf, O Nov, I Gurevych
Information Systems Research 27 (4), 792-812, 2016
952016
Open innovation and organization design
M Tushman, KR Lakhani, H Lifshitz-Assaf
Journal of Organization Design 1 (1), 2012
902012
The Open Innovation in Science research field: a collaborative conceptualisation approach
S Beck, C Bergenholtz, M Bogers, TM Brasseur, ML Conradsen, ...
Industry and Innovation 29 (2), 136-185, 2022
692022
Scaling up analogical innovation with crowds and AI
A Kittur, L Yu, T Hope, J Chan, H Lifshitz-Assaf, K Gilon, F Ng, RE Kraut, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (6), 1870-1877, 2019
522019
Minimal and Adaptive Coordination: How Hackathons’ Projects Accelerate Innovation without Killing it
H Lifshitz-Assaf, S Lebovitz, L Zalmanson
in press, Academy of Management Journal, 2020
47*2020
On the" how" and" why" of emergent role behaviors in Wikipedia
O Arazy, H Liifshitz-Assaf, O Nov, J Daxenberger, M Balestra, C Cheshire
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM conference on computer supported cooperative …, 2017
452017
Is AI ground truth really “true”? The dangers of training and evaluating AI tools based on experts’ know-what
S Lebovitz, N Levina, H Lifshitz-Assaf
Management Information Systems Quarterly, 2021
362021
Analogy Mining for Specific Design Needs
SD Gilon K., Chan J., Ng F., Lifshitz-Assaf H., Kittur A.
Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 121, 2018
36*2018
Open innovation and organizational boundaries: the impact of task decomposition and knowledge distribution on the locus of innovation in Handbook of Economic Organization …
K Lakhani, H Lifshitz-Assaf, M Tushman
Handbook of Economic Organization: Integrating Economic and Organization …, 2013
322013
Crisis as opportunity, disruption and exposure: Exploring emergent responses to crisis through digital technology
M Gkeredakis, H Lifshitz-Assaf, M Barrett
Information and Organization 31 (1), 100344, 2021
282021
To engage or not to engage with AI for critical judgments: How professionals deal with opacity when using AI for medical diagnosis
S Lebovitz, H Lifshitz-Assaf, N Levina
Organization Science 33 (1), 126-148, 2022
19*2022
Doubting the diagnosis: How artificial intelligence increases ambiguity during professional decision making
S Lebovitz, N Levina, H Lifshitz-Assaf
New York University, 2019
162019
Neither a Bazaar nor a Cathedral: the Interplay between Structure and Agency in Wikipedia's Role System
O Arazy, H Lifshitz Assaf, A Balila
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST …, 2018
112018
The Art of Balancing Autonomy and Control: What Managers Can Learn from Hackathon Organizers about Spurring Innovation
H Lifshitz- Assaf, S Lebovitz, L Zalmanson
MIT Sloan Management Review 60 (2), 1-6, 2018
10*2018
Houston, we have a problem: NASA and open innovation (A)
M Tushman, H Lifshitz-Assaf, K Herman
Harvard Business School 9, 414-044, 2014
102014
A Study of NASA Scientists Shows How to Overcome Barriers to Open Innovation
H Lifshitz Assaf, ML Tushman, KR Lakhani
Harvard Business Review, 2018
62018
Is the Future of Work Already Here? The Changing Nature of Professionals' Work and Professionalism
DE Bailey, F Briscoe, A Galper, KC Kellogg, P Leonardi, H Lifshitz-Assaf
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 13597, 2019
32019
Scientists@ home and in the backyard: understanding the motivations of contributors to digital citizen science
O Nov, O Arazy, D Anderson
Economics of Networks eJournal 2, 2010
32010
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