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The Advance of Open Innovation

The Advance of Open Innovation

By • on May 3, 2017

The SAP website posted an interview with Henry Chesbrough in which he outlined why firms need to experiment with new business models within and across company boundaries. He noted that companies get much more sustainable value if they  focus on innovating the business models of their external collaborators. He believes large companies should develop

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UC Berkeley Has New Innovation Hub

UC Berkeley Has New Innovation Hub

By • on March 13, 2017

The Daily Cal reported that a new innovation hub providing technical and financial support to startups will be coming to campus after a recent partnership between UC institutes and Enel, a multinational power company. Henry Chesbrough, a professor at the Haas School of Business and executive director

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Chesbrough: “An Exciting Time for OI in the Energy Sector”

Chesbrough: “An Exciting Time for OI in the Energy Sector”

By • on February 16, 2017

The InnoEnergy website posted an interview with Henry Chesbrough, “the father of open innovation,” in which he discussed how open innovation applies to the energy industry.  While the energy industry in general has a conservative and monopolistic culture,  Prof. Chesbrough argues that the

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Chesbrough One of the Biggest Star Faculty Members at Cal

Chesbrough One of the Biggest Star Faculty Members at Cal

By • on August 17, 2016

Quora, an internet website that aggregates answers to questions, posted that Henry Chesbrough, the originator of Open Innovation, has been selected as one of “the biggest star faculty members at University of California at Berkeley.”

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Striving for Innovation Success in the 21st Century

Striving for Innovation Success in the 21st Century

By • on June 1, 2016

The MIT Technology Review website posted an article by Henry Chesbrough in which he summarizes and updates his work on open innovation. “Open innovation assumes that companies can, and should, use external ideas as well as internal ideas, and pursue internal and external paths to market, as they

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Striving for Innovation Success in the 21st Century

Striving for Innovation Success in the 21st Century

By • on May 13, 2016

In an article on the MIT Technology Review website Henry Chesbrough wrote that open innovation is “the use of purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation and expand the markets for external use of innovation. It’s a model for industrial innovation that I originated

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Call for Papers 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference

Call for Papers 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference

By • on March 18, 2016

The WOIC website announced a call for papers for the 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, the first to take place in Europe.  The conference, initiated by the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation and hosted by ESADE, will take place Barcelona, Spain Dec. 15-16. As in the first two WOICs,

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Open Innovation: More Than Supply Chain Management

Open Innovation: More Than Supply Chain Management

By • on November 8, 2015

In a blog on the Garwood Center for Open Innovation website Henry Chesbrough argued against conflating supply chain management with open innovation, noting that open innovation is about letting others use  your ideas and technologies in their innovation (inside out) and making use of others’ ideas

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Why Internal Ventures are Different From External Startups

Why Internal Ventures are Different From External Startups

By • on March 29, 2014

The Huffington Post website posted an article by Henry Chesbrough in which he noted that the question of how corporations can be more innovative is one he has wrestled with for a long time. Recently, Steve Blank, Alexander Osterwalder and Chesbrough have started sharing notes, ideas and insights on this

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Henry Chesbrough: The World in 2014

Henry Chesbrough: The World in 2014

By • on January 10, 2014

The Economist website posted an article which noted that Cassandra has every reason to fear innovation. A particularly nifty piece of Greek engineering once brought doom to her family in the shape of a horse. By contrast, Henry Chesbrough, faculty director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation

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