Hila Lifshitz-Assaf
Hila Lifshitz-Assaf
Associate professor NYU Stern school of business
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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
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
Open innovation and organization design
M Tushman, KR Lakhani, H Lifshitz-Assaf
Journal of Organization Design 1 (1), 2012
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
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
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
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
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
The Open Innovation in Science research field: a collaborative conceptualisation approach
S Beck, C Bergenholtz, M Bogers, TM Brasseur, ML Conradsen, ...
Industry and Innovation, 1-50, 2020
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
Houston, we have a problem: NASA and open innovation (A)
M Tushman, H Lifshitz-Assaf, K Herman
Harvard Business School 9, 414-044, 2014
Doubting the diagnosis: How artificial intelligence increases ambiguity during professional decision making
S Lebovitz, N Levina, H Lifshitz-Assaf
New York University, 2019
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
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
A Study of NASA Scientists Shows How to Overcome Barriers to Open Innovation
H Lifshitz Assaf, ML Tushman, KR Lakhani
Harvard Business Review, 2018
Shifting loci of innovation: A study of knowledge boundaries, identity and Innovation at NASA
H Lifshitz-Assaf
Harvard University, 2014
Crisis as opportunity, disruption and exposure: Exploring emergent responses to crisis through digital technology
M Gkeredakis, H Lifshitz-Assaf, M Barrett
Information and Organization, 100344, 2021
What Does Contact Tracing Really Mean? How Governments and Citizens Contest the Meaning of Contact Tracing through Sociomaterial Practices to Achieve Societal Resilience
M Semi, H Lifshitz-Assaf, N Levina
How Governments and Citizens Contest the Meaning of Contact Tracing through …, 2021
ICIS 2019 Munich: Studying and theorizing knowledge work in the age of intelligent machines
M Gkeredakis, S Pachidi, N Berente, P Constantinides, S Faraj, ...
40th International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2019, 2020
To incorporate or not to incorporate AI for critical judgments: The importance of ambiguity in professionals’ judgment process
S Lebovitz, H Lifshitz-Assaf, N Levina
NYU Stern School of Business, 2020
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