Crowdsourcing Content Shifts to Open Innovation in Japan

Crowdsourcing Content Shifts to Open Innovation in Japan

By • on August 12, 2017

The Campaign website reported that “Open innovation” is the buzzword of the moment in Japan, with a number of large, well-established companies looking to become more agile and bring outside intelligence into their organizations. But while the term may be fashionable,  relatively few firms fully understand what open innovation entails. A large

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Connect and Compete Through Open Innovation

Connect and Compete Through Open Innovation

By • on July 20, 2017

The MDDI website noted that open innovation has become a mainstream practice for most technology-driven companies looking to accelerate time to market and stay ahead of the competition; and added if you are a medical technology manufacturer considering open innovation as a strategy within your innovation

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Placing Users At The Core Of Innovation Strategies

Placing Users At The Core Of Innovation Strategies

By • on April 12, 2017

The Forbes website posted a review of the book Revolutionizing Innovation: Users, Communities, and Open Innovation. The book includes 25 original contributions providing an extensive view of user and open innovation by scholars from all over the world in a variety of industries. The book underscores

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MIT’s Open Innovation Platform Launches New Challenges

MIT’s Open Innovation Platform Launches New Challenges

By • on January 25, 2017

The MIT News website announced that Solve, MIT’s open innovation platform for tackling global problems, has launched three new challenges dealing with reducing carbon emissions, preventing chronic diseases, and educating 50 million young refugees. Solve is actively convening a community to support

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Harnessing the Power of Open Innovation

Harnessing the Power of Open Innovation

By • on January 2, 2017

The ATD website reported that a new General Accountability Office report has found that open innovation—the practice of using external ideas and people to make positive change in an organization—is making inroads in the federal government.

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Syngenta, Bayer Try Open Innovation for Next Big Agtech Idea

Syngenta, Bayer Try Open Innovation for Next Big Agtech Idea

By • on December 16, 2016

The Xeconomy website reported that Syngenta, a global agtech firm is using open innovation, the power of turning to sources outside the company to find new ideas and new technologies, to help identify promising technologies, leading to cost savings and faster results. Syngenta and the German company

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NineSigma Announces Winners of  Innovation Challenges

NineSigma Announces Winners of Innovation Challenges

By • on March 28, 2016

The Satprnews website posted an article in which the innovation firm NineSigma announced the winners of two Innovation Challenges they managed on behalf of NASA Tournament Lab: the Space Suit Textile Testing Challenge in collaboration with the Advanced SpaceSuit Project team and the In-Situ Materials

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NASA’s Open Innovation Could Unlock The Future

NASA’s Open Innovation Could Unlock The Future

By • on November 27, 2015

The Forbes website reported that NASA is making its patent portfolio available to all inventors for free, and the world as we know it might very well be about to change. It’s an extension of the open innovation model NASA’s been building–a growing trend witnessed by others like Tesla and Ford.

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White House on Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing

White House on Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing

By • on October 29, 2015

The Popular Science website reported that the US Federal Government is reaffirming its commitment to both open government and open science, as it announces new policies on citizen science and crowdsourcing. The announcement will be discussed at a forum on citizen science entitled “Open Science

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Open Innovation in Rio

Open Innovation in Rio

By • on October 15, 2015

The Crowdicity website reported that the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Paes, needed to find a proactive way to involve citizens in the preparation and planning of the Olympic Games, with the aim of delivering legacy projects to meet the needs of the population I.n a bold change to the way in which

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