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Re-Invent Open Innovation to Apply to Small Firms

Re-Invent Open Innovation to Apply to Small Firms

By • on July 14, 2017

The Science|Business website noted that finding good examples of open innovation in small companies is difficult. It seems it is not yet common practice and the management tools available to support collaborations have been developed to suit the needs of large companies. As a result, many SMEs are struggling to organize and manage open innovation projects.

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Coming Waves of Disruption

Coming Waves of Disruption

By • on May 16, 2017

The Sys-Con Media website noted that big disruptions have upended markets for mobile handsets, personal computers, cameras, newspapers, books, magazines, music, broadcast television and so on — felling a long list of well-known companies along the way. The most viable response to such radical disruption,

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Placing Users At The Core Of Innovation Strategies

Placing Users At The Core Of Innovation Strategies

By • on April 12, 2017

The Forbes website posted a review of the book Revolutionizing Innovation: Users, Communities, and Open Innovation. The book includes 25 original contributions providing an extensive view of user and open innovation by scholars from all over the world in a variety of industries. The book underscores

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New Frontiers in Open Innovation

New Frontiers in Open Innovation

By • on January 26, 2017

The Popular  Online website posted an announcement of a new book, “New Frontiers in Open Innovation” edited by Henry Chesbrough, Wim Vanhaverbeke and Joel West. Although the benefits of open innovation have been described in detail before, underlying mechanisms how companies can be successful

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A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing

A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing

By • on November 27, 2016

The Amazon site reported on the book, “A Guide to Open Innovation and crowdsourcing”, noting that the model of industrial innovation has moved on from an inwardly focused, vertically integrated approach–a closed innovation system. Open innovation today prevails, as organizations make

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Open Science and Open Innovation

Open Science and Open Innovation

By • on November 8, 2016

The SSRN website posted an abstract of a chapter of the new book “Open Science and Open Innovation: Sourcing Knowledge from Universities” by Joel West and Markus Perkmann. The chapter investigates how firms work with universities in the course of their innovation activities. It provides an

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Higher Ed and Open Innovation

Higher Ed and Open Innovation

By • on October 25, 2016

The Inside Higher Ed website noted that the main reason the book “The Smartest Places on Earth“  is important are the chapters on open innovation. Today’s problems (such as sustainable energy or health care productivity), are too complex for one institution to solve on their own.  These

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China’s Next Strategic Advantage: Innovation.

China’s Next Strategic Advantage: Innovation.

By • on September 18, 2016

The Intheblack website reported that many people talk of China’s economic and industrial development as following roughly the same path as Japan and South Korea on a much larger scale. However, a key difference is open innovation, where businesses take a highly collaborative approach. China has worked

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Open Innovation: Academic and Practical Perspectives

Open Innovation: Academic and Practical Perspectives

By • on June 15, 2016

The IC2 website announced the publication of “Open Innovation: Academic and Practical Perspectives on the Journey from Idea to Market” edited by Arthur Markham. The book brings together the latest scholarship with tried-and-true stories of successful applications in real-world settings. Authors

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Think Outside Your Industry

Think Outside Your Industry

By • on June 14, 2016

The YourStory website reported on the book, “Not Invented Here” by Ramon Vullings: “Many frameworks spill over from ‘Open Innovation’ and ‘Partnership Models’. Related models are distributed innovation, joint ventures, and networked innovation. Ideas can be brought in from the

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