Helsinki Fifth in World Smart City Governance

Helsinki Fifth in World Smart City Governance

By • on August 1, 2018

The Helsinki Times website reported that the City of Helsinki is an example to follow in terms of its commitment to the development of smart cities. Helsinki, has not only developed various local co-creation platforms, competitions and boot camps, but also engaged in active dialogue with other cities under the Six City Strategy in Finland and the

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Team “AUTOmator” Wins Porsche Open Innovation Competition

Team “AUTOmator” Wins Porsche Open Innovation Competition

By • on June 20, 2018

The EIN News website reported that Steffen Iwan, Christian Brachert and Valentin Rüchardt, aka team “AUTOmator”, have been crowned the winners of the “Porsche NEXT Open Innovation Competition” with their idea of linking apps with the Porsche vehicle and making them work for the driver automatically.

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Are You Open to Open Innovation?

Are You Open to Open Innovation?

By • on April 18, 2018

The MDDI website reported that Pfizer and the Institute of Pediatric Innovation organized an open innovation (OI) competition in hopes of addressing an ongoing challenge: administer multiparticulate medicines to children more easily. HS Design, a design firm specializing in medical devices and life sciences,

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Need a Breakthrough? Offer Prize Money!

Need a Breakthrough? Offer Prize Money!

By • on December 29, 2016

The Wall Street Journal website noted that, stumped for solutions to hundreds of industrial and technical problems, businesses and governments alike are turning the search for innovative ideas into prize-worthy puzzles that capitalize on the ingenuity of the crowd. These incentive competitions are part

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A Global Start-up Network

A Global Start-up Network

By • on November 20, 2016

The Medical Plastics News website reported that a networking space, designed as a venue for collaboration between start-ups, industrial companies and partners from the global innovation ecosystem Cube has been opened in Berlin. The space offers selected start-ups the chance to work with companies on

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The Changing Shape Of The Modern Workplace

The Changing Shape Of The Modern Workplace

By • on August 31, 2016

An article on the Forbes website noted attempts to make workplaces more innovative. Many have focused around the open innovation methodology of creating touch-points whereby employees can mingle, collaborate and innovate with people from outside their organization. There are instances of this form of

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Prize Competitions Help Agencies Innovate

Prize Competitions Help Agencies Innovate

By • on August 24, 2016

The Meritalk website reported that the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) has released a report that shows that public sector prize competitions for innovative technology in the 2015 fiscal year have increased in capability and impact. “Over the past 7 years, the Obama Administration

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Challenge.gov Crosses New Milestone in Open Innovation

Challenge.gov Crosses New Milestone in Open Innovation

By • on July 11, 2016

The digitalgov.gov website noted that Challenge.gov, the official website for crowdsourcing and prize competitions across government, celebrated its five-year anniversary in October 2015. Now, not even one year later, the site has reached another milestone. On Monday, two agencies launched new challenges,

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Nano Startup Challenge in Cancer

Nano Startup Challenge in Cancer

By • on May 17, 2016

The IIT Today website reported that an interdisciplinary student team from Illinois Institute of Technology was one of 21 Semifinalists of the NanoStartup Challenge in Cancer, an open innovation competition designed to bring promising medical inventions to market. This open innovation startup is designed

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10 Do’s & Don’ts for Open Innovation Competitions

10 Do’s & Don’ts for Open Innovation Competitions

By • on January 27, 2016

The 100Open website listed some of the top Do’s and Don’ts for running open innovation competitions, based on their experience in running open innovation competitions for a number of companies. 100Open is a specialist open innovation agency that helps large organizations create value by innovating

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