Shenzhen, China: The next Silicon Valley?

Shenzhen, China: The next Silicon Valley?

By • on April 5, 2018

The Information Age website reported that the telecommunications giant Huawei has committed $400 billion to R&D over the last ten years, and other companies are following this trend – placing the ethos of innovation at the heart of Shenzhen’s business and social culture. The organisation’s structure is  setup to maximize creative and innovative

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Sanofi Feeds on the Scientific Richness of Boston

Sanofi Feeds on the Scientific Richness of Boston

By • on April 17, 2017

The Quebec Telegram website reported the development of Sanofi, a major life sciences firm in Boston. In 2011 the company completely restructured its R & D laboratory and converted it to the “open innovation” model – adopted today by most major laboratories; a change dictated by the urgency

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Breaking Boundaries

Breaking Boundaries

By • on April 1, 2016

The ITWeb website noted that In the 1980s, software vendors increasingly created closed platforms to support high-cost licences. The open source movement opposed this trend, championing the idea of source code being shared freely as an open resource. Some 20 years later, a similar movement was born,

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Open Innovation: Involve Customers

Open Innovation: Involve Customers

By • on March 15, 2015

An article on the LinkedIn website noted that when it is executed correctly there are a plethora of benefits to Open Innovation. One of the most beneficial consequences is the organic publicity that this type of platform generates, with individual proposals receiving hundreds of thousands of views, and

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Open Innovation: Getting Started

Open Innovation: Getting Started

By • on February 21, 2014

An article by Nicholas Bry on the Innovation Excellence website outlined and described a number of different open innovation processes: acceleration programs and innovation hubs; crowdsourcing and ideas contests; co-creation platforms; and codevelopments and hackathons. The article then went on to discuss

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