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Absorbing In-Bound Knowledge Within Open Innovation Processes

Absorbing In-Bound Knowledge Within Open Innovation Processes

By • on May 19, 2019

The Emerald Insight website posted a study which investigated the way companies involved in Open Innovation Processes routinize the procedure through which they can absorb in-bound knowledge, using a case study of Fiat Chrysler. In-bound knowledge passes through the phases of acquisition, assimilation, transformation and exploitation. Thus, companies

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Sustaining Innovation: Creativity among Employees of SMEs

Sustaining Innovation: Creativity among Employees of SMEs

By • on May 12, 2019

The Journal of Open Innovation posted an article which compares creativity experiences and perceptions among employees of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and students in higher education institutions.  The findings indicate a majority in both groups have not received prior instruction in creativity

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From Collaborative Community to Competitive Market

From Collaborative Community to Competitive Market

By • on May 6, 2019

The Wiley Online Library posted an article by Henry Chesbrough and Thomas Kohler which noted that crowdsourcing presents new opportunities to generate social innovation. However, many crowdsourcing social innovation initiatives struggle with turning their promising projects into sustaining platforms.

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What’s Driving the Boom in Early Stage Biotech Funding?

What’s Driving the Boom in Early Stage Biotech Funding?

By • on May 3, 2019

The LabTech website noted that J&J Innovation is one of the many investors that are turning their gaze to the promise of early-stage research.  J&J Innovation is following a strategy focusing on supporting ‘open innovation’, an approach that they believe could work where the traditional

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The Pioneer Trail Towards Open Innovation

The Pioneer Trail Towards Open Innovation

By • on May 1, 2019

The 150SEC.com website reported that the Vienna based startup incubator, Pioneers, is holding its annual flagship event, Pioneers 2019, in the Austrian capital from May 9th-10th.  The theme for the two-day event is open innovation. A global community of selected startups, executives and investors join

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Diversity and Inclusivity in Higher Education

Diversity and Inclusivity in Higher Education

By • on April 30, 2019

The Manila Times noted that universities and schools, the known traditional sources of knowledge, no longer monopolize learning in the 21st century. Knowledge has been democratized, and it lies in the hands of the many. This shift gained pace when Innovation 2.0 emerged as the framework of open innovation.

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Wenco, Hitachi Announce Open Ecosystem for Autonomous Mining

Wenco, Hitachi Announce Open Ecosystem for Autonomous Mining

By • on April 29, 2019

The Robot Report website reported that Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. announced its vision for autonomous mining — an open, interoperable ecosystem of partners that integrate their systems alongside existing mine “Open innovation is the guiding technological philosophy for Solution Linkage,”

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Igniting Innovation in the Determatology Industry

Igniting Innovation in the Determatology Industry

By • on April 25, 2019

The Asian Scientist website reported on how Good Pharma Dermatology benefited from open innovation in an interview with its founder, Jason Humphries. “We started looking for products that we could develop into full-fledged brands for commercialization, and we saw the importance of working with

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Lighting as a Service Market

Lighting as a Service Market

By • on April 24, 2019

The OpenPR website reported that the rise of the circular economy is driving business model innovation across all industries, with a key spin-off being the emergence of ‘something-as-a-service’ business model. The lighting-as-a-service (LaaS) is fast emerging as an innovative service delivery model

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Translational Health Science Environments

Translational Health Science Environments

By • on April 23, 2019

The BuildingDesignConstruction website noted that simply putting researchers and clinicians in the same building with hopes that serendipitous collaborations will ensue will often not yield the outcomes organizations seek. Based on our experience, we have found that success often depends on building

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