Yes I would like to participate too.
Carsten Schmitz wrote, On 2/9/09 9:51 AM:
> Hi guys,
> who is interested in participating in this study (see below)??
> Please shoot me a short email with your agreement that they may send a
> survey to you.
> I really would like to participate in this.
> Best regards
> Carsten Schmitz
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Betreff: Open innovation
> Datum: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 10:17:52 +0100
> Von: Wajda Irfaeya <wajda.irfaeya@...>
> An: carsten.schmitz@... <carsten.schmitz@...>
> Dear Carsten,
> We are two researchers from the School of Business, Economics and Law at
> the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) who are interested in comparing
> work motivators (such as self-efficacy and job control) and work
> consequences (such as job satisfaction, self-reported performance, and
> stress) in open innovation projects versus closed innovation projects.
> We are mainly, as mentioned, interested in comparing the work culture of
> these two environments. The study will be linked to a newly-started
> research platform in Gothenburg on Open Innovation.
> We would like to ask if Limesurvey is interested in being part of this
> survey-based study. As a study object, we will need access to the
> individuals who are/were part of the project to send them a web-based
> survey. We can either run the survey on our school's server or you can
> run it on your server and send us the results' file. In the first case,
> we will need the email addresses of the people who are/were part of the
> project. In the second case, we can send you the questionnaire. In
> return for your participation, your project will appear in an academic
> publication with a short description of its history and nature. This
> will give Limesurvey further publicity.
> If you are interested please contact us (and please let us know how many
> individuals can be included in the sample).
> We look forward to hearing from you.
> Best regards,
> Wajda Irfaeya, PhD
> Björn Remneland, PhD
> Wajda Irfaeya, PhD
> Department of Business Administration
> School of Business, Economics and Law
> University of Gothenburg
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