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Absorbing In-Bound Knowledge Within Open Innovation Processes

Absorbing In-Bound Knowledge Within Open Innovation Processes

By • on May 19, 2019

The Emerald Insight website posted a study which investigated the way companies involved in Open Innovation Processes routinize the procedure through which they can absorb in-bound knowledge, using a case study of Fiat Chrysler. In-bound knowledge passes through the phases of acquisition, assimilation, transformation and exploitation. Thus, companies

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Sustaining Innovation: Creativity among Employees of SMEs

Sustaining Innovation: Creativity among Employees of SMEs

By • on May 12, 2019

The Journal of Open Innovation posted an article which compares creativity experiences and perceptions among employees of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and students in higher education institutions.  The findings indicate a majority in both groups have not received prior instruction in creativity

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From Collaborative Community to Competitive Market

From Collaborative Community to Competitive Market

By • on May 6, 2019

The Wiley Online Library posted an article by Henry Chesbrough and Thomas Kohler which noted that crowdsourcing presents new opportunities to generate social innovation. However, many crowdsourcing social innovation initiatives struggle with turning their promising projects into sustaining platforms.

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Investigating Open Government for Social Innovation

Investigating Open Government for Social Innovation

By • on March 22, 2019

The R&D Management journal posted an article which noted that in recent years, public sector organizations have increasingly focused on citizen contribution by adopting instruments known from open innovation. A more open approach to innovation has become dominant in innovation management during

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Creativity and Stakeholders’ Engagement in Open Innovation

Creativity and Stakeholders’ Engagement in Open Innovation

By • on March 14, 2019

The Journal of Business Research posted a paper which investigates the role of design as a knowledge translation mechanism for social creativity in technology-intensive enterprises’ open innovation practices. The focus is on how design can be used to connect and combine the contribution of creativity

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Open for Innovation: Why Engaged Firms Are More Creative

Open for Innovation: Why Engaged Firms Are More Creative

By • on March 13, 2019

The Bertelsmann Stiftung website posted a report which discussed how soft knowledge flows from businesses’ corporate citizenship activities can enrich the hard business of innovation. Beyond conventional Open Innovation (OI) partnerships with startups, suppliers or universities, business-civil society

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The Dynamics of Openness and the Role of User Communities

The Dynamics of Openness and the Role of User Communities

By • on March 12, 2019

The IEEE Journal posted an article which noted that to remain competitive, it is critical for firms to integrate external sources of knowledge. However, finding the right degree of openness is challenging, especially in complex open innovation ecosystems.  This paper investigates the role of openness

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Corporate Venturing: How Much Autonomy Will Maximize Impact?

Corporate Venturing: How Much Autonomy Will Maximize Impact?

By • on February 23, 2019

The IESE Insight website  website reported on a new study on how companies can best maximize the impact from corporate venturing. Chief innovation officers know that corporate venturing — the collaboration between established firms and innovative startups — can yield strong results. Its

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Developing New Open Business Models

Developing New Open Business Models

By • on February 11, 2019

The Sage Publication website reported on a study which noted that companies can create value by effectively applying and managing open business models. The study used examples from Unilever to show how a firm can combine and integrate its assets, capabilities and skills with those of its partners to

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Open Innovation Maturity Framework

Open Innovation Maturity Framework

By • on February 5, 2019

The Information Age website reported that the Open Innovation Maturity Framework, developed by researchers and published in the International Journal of Innovation Management, offers another option for formally improving performance and innovation, and moving beyond a compliance-based mindset. This

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