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Survey Shows Embrace of Open Innovation

Survey Shows Embrace of Open Innovation

By • on June 24, 2017

The Financial website reported on a new survey of over 1200 global executives and business leaders; the PwC Innovation Benchmark examines how top companies are meeting innovation challenges. Overall, companies are becoming more inclusive and are adopting open innovation models that bring more voices to the table, including employees across all levels

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Report on 3rd Annual WOIC

Report on 3rd Annual WOIC

By • on June 13, 2017

The  Spring 2017 Newsletter of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation reported on the 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference (WOIC) held at the ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain December 15 – 16, 2016. The WOIC created an international platform for academics and industry practitioners

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Open Innovation Using Open Source Tools

Open Innovation Using Open Source Tools

By • on June 12, 2017

The Springer website posted an article, “Open innovation using open source tools: A a case study at Sony Mobile,” which noted that despite growing interest of Open Innovation (OI) in Software Engineering (SE), little is known about what triggers software organizations to adopt it and how

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Open Innovation and Federal R&D

Open Innovation and Federal R&D

By • on June 1, 2017

The EPA website noted that Open Innovation approaches, from crowdsourcing to prize competitions, are being adopted by federal agencies at an accelerating rate over the last ten years. At the EPA, the Office of Research and Development has worked to embrace these new tools with success in a variety of

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The Creative Potential Of (Some) Outsiders

The Creative Potential Of (Some) Outsiders

By • on May 24, 2017

An article on the Forbes website reported that research and professional experience in open innovation models suggest that creative breakthroughs often come from unlikely sources, whom the authors call adjacent outsiders — those who are an outsider to your company or industry but have acquired some

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Working With Your Competitors

Working With Your Competitors

By • on May 17, 2017

The University of Calgary website posted a new study from the Haskayne School of Business which examines 20 years of ‘open innovation’ in the Canadian energy industry. The authors found that industry finds it easier to employ open innovation methods to address strictly non-competitive environmental

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Coming Waves of Disruption

Coming Waves of Disruption

By • on May 16, 2017

The Sys-Con Media website noted that big disruptions have upended markets for mobile handsets, personal computers, cameras, newspapers, books, magazines, music, broadcast television and so on — felling a long list of well-known companies along the way. The most viable response to such radical disruption,

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Korean Drugmakers to Seek Global Partnerships

Korean Drugmakers to Seek Global Partnerships

By • on May 2, 2017

The Korea Herald website reported that South Korean pharmaceutical companies and global drugmakers came together to discuss new business partnerships and open innovation at this year’s Korea Pharma Associations Conference in Seoul. As one of the biggest pharma industry events of the year, the conference

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World Open Innovation Conference Call for Papers

World Open Innovation Conference Call for Papers

By • on May 1, 2017

The World Open Innovation Conference website announced a call for papers for the 4th Annual World Open Innovation Conference (WOIC) to be held in San Francisco Dec. 13-15. The conference theme is “Strategic and Public Policies for Open Innovation”. The goal of the WOIC is to bring theory

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Rothamsted Open Innovation Forum

Rothamsted Open Innovation Forum

By • on April 18, 2017

The FarmingFutures website posted a summary of the Rothamsted Open Innovation Forum held in the UK this past January. The forum was designed to accelerate collaboration for the development of game-changing innovations addressing global food and nutrition security challenges. Innovation isn’t just one

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