Why Now Is the Time for “Open Innovation”

Why Now Is the Time for “Open Innovation”

By • on October 14, 2020

The Harvard Business Review posted a very incisive and  informative review of the state of and challenges faced by open innovation. It notes that the recent burst of open innovation demonstrates the massive potential of open innovation. Open innovation has the potential to widen the space for value creation: It allows for many more ways to create value,

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Why Now Is the Time for “Open Innovation”

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By • on June 5, 2020

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The Reinvention of NASA

The Reinvention of NASA

By • on May 2, 2018

The Harvard Business Review reported that over the past few decades, not only has NASA delivered crucial technologies for society, such as water filtration systems, satellite-based search-and-rescue, and UV coating on eyeglasses, it has also evolved its dominant logic and business model. NASA has moved

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Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong

Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong

By • on January 10, 2017

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Hands-Off Approach to Open Innovation Doesn’t Work

Hands-Off Approach to Open Innovation Doesn’t Work

By • on July 28, 2016

A study reported in the Harvard Business Review examined 200 innovation collaborations between big firms and tech startups which identified a major split in the way senior leadership at the large firms handled collaboration. On one side, senior leaders took a very hands-off approach. They didn’t exert

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Hands-Off Open Innovation Approach Doesn’t Work

Hands-Off Open Innovation Approach Doesn’t Work

By • on May 21, 2016

The Harvard Business Review website noted that for many business leaders — 85%, according to a recent Accenture survey — open innovation is critical to their strategic plans. In particular, large companies want to partner with small firms that have developed advanced, game-changing technologies.

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