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Open Innovation Past and Present: Henry Chesbrough Interview

Open Innovation Past and Present: Henry Chesbrough Interview

By • on July 25, 2013

The Innovation Management website posted an interview with Henry Chesbrough, considered the father of open innovation. Though intensely talked about, open innovation remains a subject matter that both fascinates and creates apprehension among business professionals. In the interview Chesbrough discusses a few key aspects of this largely new and challenging

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Why Bad Things Happen To Good Technology

Why Bad Things Happen To Good Technology

By • on July 18, 2013

In an article on the Wall Street Journal website, Henry Chesbrough notes that in most companies, innovation is the responsibility of the technical side of the organization. The research and development staff is supposed to come up with the cool new technologies, and the rest of the company takes them

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Chesbrough on Open Innovation in Life Sciences

Chesbrough on Open Innovation in Life Sciences

By • on May 10, 2013

The journal Nature published an interview with Henry Chesbeough. The article noted that open innovation has taken the business world by storm. In his 2003 breakout book, Chesbrough argued — based largely on observations of the computer industry — that companies need to look beyond their walls

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The Thinker Interview: Henry Chesbrough

The Thinker Interview: Henry Chesbrough

By • on March 29, 2013

Forbes India published an interview with Henry Chesbrough, who is considered the father of open innovation. In it he discusses the development and evolution of open innovation, open business models, open services innovation, innovation communities, some of the barriers to open innovation, open innovation

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Three Tips to Applying Open Innovation

Three Tips to Applying Open Innovation

By • on December 12, 2012

In a video posted by the World of Business Ideas, Henry Chesbrough–considered the founder of open innovation–discusses ideas for applying open innovation.  He discusses the importance of analyzing a company’s business needs; the need to open up a company internally before bringing

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Henry Chesbrough: Advances in Open Innovation

Henry Chesbrough: Advances in Open Innovation

By • on November 24, 2012

In an extensive interview on the CKGSB Knowledge website, Henry Chesbrough discusses advances in open innovation since his 2003 book on the subject. He describes innovation communities, and the open innovation work of such groups as GE’s Ecoimagination, Innocentive,  NineSigma, Yet2.com and P&G’s

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The Customer Defines the Value of Innovation

The Customer Defines the Value of Innovation

By • on November 20, 2012

In this YouTube video, Henry Chesbrough argues shares his insights on the statement “ultimately, it is the customer who define the value of innovation.” The project Value Driven Service Innovation (VDSI) is a research collaboration among BI Norwegian Business School, University of California

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Henry Chesbrough: Innovation vs. Invention

Henry Chesbrough: Innovation vs. Invention

By • on October 23, 2012

The World of Business Ideas website posted a talk by Henry Chesbrough in which he describes the differences between innovation and invention. For decades corporations dedicated to inventing new products were worried that someone would find out their best kept secrets. However, it turns out that many

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Henry Chesbrough on Open Innovation

Henry Chesbrough on Open Innovation

By • on September 25, 2012

Deloitte’s CIO Journal published an article in which Henry Chesbrough, professor at the Haas Business School and originator of the “Open Innovation” movement, shared his views on all things open innovation. Chesbrough published the first of his three books on Open Innovation (OI)

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Chesbrough: Inside-out and Outside-in Innovation

Chesbrough: Inside-out and Outside-in Innovation

By • on August 9, 2012

In this interview at the World Economic Forum, Henry Chesbrough explains how corporations can all benefit from open innovation. This is true both from the outside in — leveraging external ideas and technology to reduce costs and time spent in research and, more crucially, from inside out, making

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