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. The final of Porsche’s competition

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What Happens When Ordinary People Get Creative?

What Happens When Ordinary People Get Creative?

By • on November 29, 2017

The Harvard Business School Working Knowledge website posted an article which noted that “We may see a sea change over the next decade or so, where more and more things that are considered creative breakthroughs will be made by people whose names are never going to be known as famous individuals. Those

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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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Open Innovation Challenge: Next Big Thing for Corn

Open Innovation Challenge: Next Big Thing for Corn

By • on June 23, 2017

The KTIC website reported that the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), along with innovation facilitator NineSigma, has announced the launch of a global competition to identify new and innovative uses for field corn. “Many industries are adopting an open innovation approach because of its success

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GE: How to Join Open Innovation Now

GE: How to Join Open Innovation Now

By • on May 30, 2017

The Industry Week website reported that General Electric’s GeniusLink is the internal profit center coordinating all open innovation efforts for GE, and non-GE organizations that choose to work with them. The company has developed FUSE, a platform similar to that of NineSigma Innocentive, TopCoder,

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Unlocking a Hotel Innovation Strategy

Unlocking a Hotel Innovation Strategy

By • on March 7, 2017

The Hotelier website reported on the use of open innovation in sparking innovation in the hospitality industry. There is a leading group of hospitality firms that not only keep up with the pace of innovation but are able to innovate the very way they provide customers with enhanced experiences. They

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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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Bayer Launches Open Innovation Challenge

Bayer Launches Open Innovation Challenge

By • on January 20, 2017

The Nation website reported that Bayer Pharmaceuticals is addressing the problem of drug adherence in the elderly by launching the “Grants4sApps” challenge in Singapore. The Grants4Apps Bayer-NUS Open Innovation Challenge calls for innovative health tech solutions across countries in Asia-Pacific

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Art of the Innovation Challenge

Art of the Innovation Challenge

By • on January 13, 2017

The Fedscoop website announced that since the General Services Administration launched Challenge.gov in 2010, the agency has recorded 742 innovation challenges hosted by federal agencies, offices and departments. Now, Challenge.gov is releasing a Challenges and Prizes Toolkit that offers federal agencies

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Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong

Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong

By • on January 10, 2017

The Harvard Business Review website posted an article which noted that “For those who believe in the promise of open innovation, the 2009 startup Quirky was an exceptionally exciting company. Yet, in September 2015, Quirky went bankrupt. As proponents of open innovation, we have examined Quirky’s

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