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Haas School of Business on Online Learning

Haas School of Business on Online Learning

By • on January 17, 2017

The Benzinga website announced that the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley has, in partnership with EIT Digital, developed the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Innovation & Entrepreneurship: From Basics to Open Innovation. This MOOC is part of the course Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship on Coursera. Enrollment for this MOOC is

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Corporate Business Model Innovation Executive Class

Corporate Business Model Innovation Executive Class

By • on June 4, 2015

The University of California Center for Executive Education has announced a course on Corporate Business Model Innovation taught by the father of Open Innovation, Henry Chesbrough June 30-July 2. This is the only executive course that offers participants the opportunity to work directly with this leader

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Course Syllabus: Strategic Entrepreneurship through Open Innovation

Course Syllabus: Strategic Entrepreneurship through Open Innovation

By • on November 23, 2012

Welcome back! As you may know, I have taken on a new position, which has somewhat kept me from contributing here as much as I wanted to. I am now in a few weeks into my teaching for this term, and as always, a considerable share of it is case-based. On top of that, this time around, I have finally been

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Case #8 – NEC in Princeton

Case #8 – NEC in Princeton

By • on February 22, 2012

It has been a considerable while since my last posting—I have been teaching quite a lot over the past few months, so I have had a chance to reacquaint myself with some brilliant case studies. The one I would like to talk about today is “NEC:

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First Guest Posting – FIAT

First Guest Posting – FIAT

By • on December 14, 2011

It’s a great pleasure to welcome the first guest contribution to the OpenInnovation.net teaching section. It is by Alberto DiMinin, Assistant Professor in Management at the University of Pisa (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna). It is based on

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Case #7 – The Fate of the Vasa

Case #7 – The Fate of the Vasa

By • on November 16, 2011

Admittedly, it has been a lot longer than a few weeks since my last case update – apologies for that. In turn, I will use the chance of this “comeback” to introduce to you a case that is not exactly on open innovation, but is one of my all-time favorites on the execution of innovation projects:

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Case #6 – Siemens Enterprise Communications facing ‘open competition’

Case #6 – Siemens Enterprise Communications facing ‘open competition’

By • on September 19, 2011

Having barely been able to hold back for five postings, it’s finally time to begin tooting my own horn – but not only because I think Competition from the Commons? Siemens Enterprise Communications and Asterisk (Case 308-388-1 at

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Case #5 – Exploring the Future through Open Innovation at Intel

Case #5 – Exploring the Future through Open Innovation at Intel

By • on July 21, 2011

As promised in a recent posting, I will be continuing my exploration of cases that show how firms organize their open innovation activities. Last time,

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Case #4 – Open Innovation through Acquisition at Cisco

Case #4 – Open Innovation through Acquisition at Cisco

By • on June 24, 2011

Having looked at a somewhat “extreme” approach to open innovation in my last posting, I return to a more classical one this time: open innovation through acquisitions. This is a crucial topic for research and practice,

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Case #3 – Threadless: The Business of Community

Case #3 – Threadless: The Business of Community

By • on May 31, 2011

A question that I get asked a lot in classes around open innovation is how to make money from being open. For example, no one would disagree that a large user community is a nice-to-have, but how can you best turn it into a profitable source of innovation? The multimedia case Threadless:

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