VTT researchers Inka Lappalainen, Maaria Nuutinen, Tiina Valjakka and Toni Ahonen received the Mariano Corso Best Practical Implications Award for their paper at the 15th CINet Conference that was held in Budapest, Hungary on 7-9 September 2014. The paper was titled “Situated Provider-Customer Interaction as an Arena for Continuous Service Innovations”.
Mariano Corso Best Practical Implications Award is given for a paper which combines academic relevance and rigor with a clear application for the research and easy adaptation for practical use.
The Continuous Innovation Network (CINet) is a global network set up to bring together researchers and industrialists working in the field of Continuous Innovation. The theme of the 15th conference was “Operating Innovation – Innovating Operations”
(photo courtesy to Tamás Thaler)
Additional information: inka.lappalainen[a]vtt.fi