Section » Researchers

Managing Open Innovation: A Project-Level Perspective

Managing Open Innovation: A Project-Level Perspective

By • on November 21, 2019

The IEEExpress website noted that project-level studies on open innovation management are still scant and there is a lack of quantitative insights. Based on a survey designed to collect detailed data from 201 innovation projects, this article provides a quantitative cross-project analysis of how two, key innovation project attributes (i.e., complexity

Comments Off on Managing Open Innovation: A Project-Level PerspectiveRead this story »

More Articles

The Purchasing Innovation Function, an Interface Player in Open Innovation

The Purchasing Innovation Function, an Interface Player in Open Innovation

By • on November 19, 2019

The HAL website reported that the benefits of Open Innovation, and specifically of innovation coming from suppliers, are widely emphasized by the literature. In parallel, the difficulties of implementing such approaches are also underlined, and the necessity of creating new roles is emphasized for managing

Comments Off on The Purchasing Innovation Function, an Interface Player in Open InnovationRead this story »

A New Approach for Detecting Open Innovation in Patents

A New Approach for Detecting Open Innovation in Patents

By • on November 17, 2019

The Springer website posted an article from The Journal of Technology Transfer which discusses to what extent open innovation is utilized in R&D departments by using patents as a main source. The paper adopts the “designation of the inventor” as a new method for detecting open or closed innovation,

Comments Off on A New Approach for Detecting Open Innovation in PatentsRead this story »

A Theory of Resource Openness

A Theory of Resource Openness

By • on November 14, 2019

The Researchgate website posted a research paper which noted that many firms have opened once proprietary  information resources (e.g., digital content, code, and APIs) to public use via the Internet. Such open strategies challenge traditional resource-level theories that suggest protecting such resources

Comments Off on A Theory of Resource OpennessRead this story »

Assessing the Breadth of Open Innovation Practices

Assessing the Breadth of Open Innovation Practices

By • on November 5, 2019

Sinergie, the Italian Journal of Management,  posted a research paper which first, aims to identify open innovation practices (OIP) used by empirical studies in the context of the open innovation (OI) field. Second, it aims to test the inverted U-shaped relationship between the breadth of OIP and innovation

Comments Off on Assessing the Breadth of Open Innovation PracticesRead this story »

The Relationship Between Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing

The Relationship Between Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing

By • on November 1, 2019

The Researchgate website posted an article which noted that there are two important differences between open innovation and crowdsourcing. First, the knowledge inflows/outflows of open innovation often take place between parties with ex ante contracts or other commitments. For example, technology alliances,

Comments Off on The Relationship Between Open Innovation and CrowdsourcingRead this story »

In Search of Disruptive Ideas

In Search of Disruptive Ideas

By • on October 26, 2019

The InsideScienceOnline website noted that the key challenge for data science in open innovation web systems is to find best ideas among thousands of community submissions. To date, this has been done with metrics reflecting enterprise needs or community preferences. This article proposes to look in

Comments Off on In Search of Disruptive IdeasRead this story »

Four Skills For Successful Open Innovation

Four Skills For Successful Open Innovation

By • on October 11, 2019

The Asian Scientist website reported that rather than depend solely on its own strengths and resources to innovate, organizations are beginning to realize the benefits of partnering with external collaborators for success, practicing open innovation (OI). This strategy has become something of a gold

Comments Off on Four Skills For Successful Open InnovationRead this story »

Advancing Open Innovation Teaching

Advancing Open Innovation Teaching

By • on October 9, 2019

The Proquest website described a study which noted that the existing Open Innovation teaching programs are rather limited and the tools and methods applied are not yet widely discussed in business and academia. Building on the results of a large EU project developed first in Europe OI curriculum, the

Comments Off on Advancing Open Innovation TeachingRead this story »

A Process View and a Framework of Open Innovation in SMEs

A Process View and a Framework of Open Innovation in SMEs

By • on October 3, 2019

The ProQuest website posted an article which is a research-in-progress outcome of a large-scale study of  open innovation in European SMEs. The study presents a process model of an open innovation in SMEs, which has been developed and validated through the course of studying the cases of 117 Europe-based

Comments Off on A Process View and a Framework of Open Innovation in SMEsRead this story »

Purchase viagra online and purchase it from the good to cope with dependable and trustworthy pharmacy. Don't believe of the recommendation by a mantra but instead as suggestion that is useful since that might be really a correct move to make to think about. It's not just about general ease of doing all of your buying resting before your Computer, or around no prerequisite to depart your home or stand-in point, but additionally concerning the choices you might have barely considered overall. Visit the drugstore you might have handled earlier in the event that you know the thing you need precisely. Examine the options what, why and just how if, nevertheless, you will find neither particular needs or a drugstore to go to.