A Hackathon to Decarbonize Renault Group Plants

A Hackathon to Decarbonize Renault Group Plants

By • on December 5, 2021

Automotive World reported that Open innovation isn’t just for start-ups. The industry itself is also undergoing an in-depth transformation in order to reinvent itself and anticipate the future. This collaborative challenge – organized with the support of Startup Inside, a specialist in open innovation, artificial intelligence and intrapreneurship

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Open Social Innovation

Open Social Innovation

By • on August 13, 2021

The Stanford Social Innovation Review noted that the organizers of #WirVsVirus understood that social innovation is a marathon, rather than a sprint. They combined the hackathon with a six-month support program for innovators to further develop, test, and scale solutions. A total of 130 teams that formed

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Nestlé and Hatch Announce Winners of its First Open Innovation Idea Hackathon

Nestlé and Hatch Announce Winners of its First Open Innovation Idea Hackathon

By • on April 8, 2021

The Biz website reported that Nestlé and Hatch were the winners of its first ever Open Innovation Hackathon Challenge 2021, awarding two teams for their breakthrough ideas on healthy products using local ingredients, and green initiatives. “Having partners that are purpose-driven and ready to

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Startup Shakes Up Bamako’s Public Transit

Startup Shakes Up Bamako’s Public Transit

By • on June 26, 2018

The World Bank website reported that Teliman, an on-demand transport mobile app, was launched by a World Bank-sponsored hackathon to facilitate open innovation between local start-ups and Toyota’s African subsidiary CFAO. Teliman is aimed at helping solve transportation problems in Bamako, the capital

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How Open Innovation Competitions Can Help Solve Problems

How Open Innovation Competitions Can Help Solve Problems

By • on November 6, 2016

The Eco-business website reported that while complex issues cannot be solved overnight, open innovation competitions can bring new technologies and talent together to create new ideas that can change the way we view issues such as food waste. Food waste, which has emerged as a key environmental concern

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Barclays Financial Services Hackathon

Barclays Financial Services Hackathon

By • on October 5, 2016

The Finextra website reported that Barclays Bank sponsored a major hackathon. A Barclay spokesman said: “It’s about our staff co-creating solutions with external teams; coming together for 36 hours to work on specific customer and business solutions – an intense burst of idea storming and

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What Governments and Corporates Can Learn from Start-ups

What Governments and Corporates Can Learn from Start-ups

By • on October 13, 2015

The Anthill Magazine website noted that open innovation techniques enable start-ups to harness the talent of their staff, foster a conducive environment for idea creation and creative problem solving — all at minimal cost and in a very short space of time. This is evident through the innovative ways

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Making Open Innovation Stick

Making Open Innovation Stick

By • on August 29, 2014

The Business2Community website noted that the publication, in 2003, of Henry Chesbrough’s book “Open Innovation” spawned a movement that has since swept across the industrial landscape and changed forever how companies think about innovation. The ideas were not new. In some cases they date

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“Open Innovation” Picking Up Steam

“Open Innovation” Picking Up Steam

By • on August 13, 2013

The Thinkinc website noted that in 2003, Henry Chesbrough presented a case study of 1970s and 1980s corporate innovation firms, centered on the giants of R&D from that era such as, Bell Labs, IBM and Xerox PARC. Chesbrough noted that R&D departments have traditionally been ‘closed’ to

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