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Fear of Looking Foolish

Fear of Looking Foolish

By • on January 20, 2020

The HAL website posted an overview of a presentation Henry Chesbrough and Sea Matilda Bez gave at the World Open Innovation Conference in Rome this past December. The authors note that managers are myopic in their evaluation of technology; why don’t managers search for alternative business models for technologies that do not fit the current one, instead

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Open for growth? Evidence on EU Countries and Sectors

Open for growth? Evidence on EU Countries and Sectors

By • on January 18, 2020

The Taylor & Francis website posted an article which noted that the Open Innovation (OI) concept has pervaded the academic and policy debate due to its potential to further stimulate the circulation of knowledge between business partners and institutions and, consequently, to increase their innovation

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Corporate Hub as a Governance Structure for Coupled Open Innovation in Large Firms

Corporate Hub as a Governance Structure for Coupled Open Innovation in Large Firms

By • on January 14, 2020

The Wiley Online Library website posted a study which addresses how the open innovation concept can be applied in large corporations aiming to work with small innovative firms. More specifically, it reports an in depth qualitative study of how AstraZeneca, a global bio-pharmaceutical corporation, designed

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Open Innovation Challenges and Coopetition-Based Open-Innovation

Open Innovation Challenges and Coopetition-Based Open-Innovation

By • on January 9, 2020

A study on the IGI Global site found that the success of the open innovation model is based on five major elements, namely, 1) motivating spillovers, 2) incorporation of external knowledge, 3) intellectual property management, 4) maximization of internal innovation, and 5) financial constraints. These

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Open Innovation in the Global Automotive Ecosystem

Open Innovation in the Global Automotive Ecosystem

By • on January 7, 2020

The Yahoo Finance website reported that today’s global automotive ecosystem is defined through collaborative efforts, not just from automotive manufacturers and suppliers, but by the integration of technology from multiple sources. Leading global automotive supplier Cooper Standard understands

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The Legacy of Science Commissioner, Carlos Moedas

The Legacy of Science Commissioner, Carlos Moedas

By • on December 19, 2019

The SciTech Europa website posted an interview by Science|Business’s Managing Director, Maryline Fiaschi with the European Union’s Science Commissioner, Carlos Moedas.  Fiaschi maintained that the Commission has perhaps made the most progress during Moedas’s five-year tenure with open innovation,

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European Open Innovation Champions

European Open Innovation Champions

By • on December 17, 2019

The WebWire website reported that For the fourth year running, under the European Commission’s Startup Europe Partnership, European startups have nominated the most active corporates in open innovation. 36 European companies have been awarded in total: 12 as Europe’s Corporate Startup Stars –

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Management of Open Innovation in Healthcare

Management of Open Innovation in Healthcare

By • on December 12, 2019

The Journal of Open Innovation posted an article which noted that the diffusion of the New Public Management philosophy determines an increasing innovation in the public field. The need for open innovation management is relevant to improve and also increase performance in healthcare organizations. This

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Why We Need To Disseminate Innovation

Why We Need To Disseminate Innovation

By • on December 11, 2019

An article on the Forbes website noted that the need for greater dissemination of technology was recently promoted by a report from MIT’s task force on the work for the future. This is predominantly because the majority of investment in new technology is done by a relatively small number of large companies.

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Henry Chesbrough’s Latest Book: Open Innovation Results

Henry Chesbrough’s Latest Book: Open Innovation Results

By • on December 7, 2019

The Oxford University Press website posted a description of Henry Chesbrough’s latest book, Open Innovation Results. In this book Henry Chesbrough, the originator of open innovation, examines the hype behind its practice, shows where real results are taking place, and explains how companies can

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