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Collaborative Working in Farming

Collaborative Working in Farming

By • on February 22, 2017

An article on the FarmingUK website noted that agri-tech giants like Bayer are embracing open innovation, both within their own businesses and throughout the wider industry. “It is a big mindset change,” admits Adrian Percy, head of research and development at Bayer Crop Science. “But it is such an exciting time to be in agri-tech: Open innovation

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How TomTom Opened Up for Innovation

How TomTom Opened Up for Innovation

By • on February 21, 2017

The MIS-Asia website reported that TomTom Telematics has built an ecosystem of third-party developers, delivering additional features to customers across a range of industries. A few years ago, TomTom made a conscious decision to open up its platform in order to broaden its capabilities. “We decided

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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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Collaborations Can Make UK a Pharma Leader

Collaborations Can Make UK a Pharma Leader

By • on February 10, 2017

The Pharma Letter website reported that the move away from the older model of closed corporate research and development labs and towards collaborative working and open innovation is highlighted as in the R&D sourcebook from the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI). “It is therefore

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A Well-Oiled R&D Machine

A Well-Oiled R&D Machine

By • on February 7, 2017

The Science-Business website noted that in the last twelve years businesses have widely adopted such concepts as “corporate venturing”, taking a stake in businesses with promising technology, and “open innovation”, throwing challenges out to the wider world. The European Union’s Joint Research

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Open Innovation vs. Closed Innovation

Open Innovation vs. Closed Innovation

By • on February 4, 2017

The Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation posted a blog which noted that while PARC was focusing on the internally focused Closed Innovation paradigm, the greatest technological achievements that emerged from PARC, by contrast, could only take root – and create real economic value – when pursued

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The Open Innovation Academy

The Open Innovation Academy

By • on February 1, 2017

A post on LinkedIn discussed the Open Innovation Academy. The academy is a growth platform and neutral ground for partner organizations and individuals who want to learn about and implement open innovation. Part of the assignment for the academy is to do research into good practices and develops insights

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Overcoming the Corporate Immune System

Overcoming the Corporate Immune System

By • on January 24, 2017

The SAP website noted that business model innovation is a real challenge for larger organizations because they generally have one or more viable models and are therefore focused primarily on economies of scale for them. This protects and optimizes existing business models, but it also leads to structures,

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Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong

Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong

By • on January 10, 2017

The Harvard Business Review website posted an article which noted that “For those who believe in the promise of open innovation, the 2009 startup Quirky was an exceptionally exciting company. Yet, in September 2015, Quirky went bankrupt. As proponents of open innovation, we have examined Quirky’s

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Solix Joins the Berkeley Innovation Forum

Solix Joins the Berkeley Innovation Forum

By • on January 9, 2017

The PRweb website reported that Solix Technologies, Inc., a leading big data application provider for empowering data-driven enterprises, has announced its membership to the Berkeley Innovation Forum, an exclusive, invitation-only group for leading executives who are deeply involved in managing innovation

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