The Practice of Open Innovation by SMEs in the Food Industry

The Practice of Open Innovation by SMEs in the Food Industry

By • on August 21, 2020

The Journal of Innovation Management published a study which examines the practice of open innovation by Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the food industry. The results of the analysis show that food SMEs practice open innovation mostly through inbound open innovation activities rather than outbound, mainly due to lack of sufficient resources.

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A Systematic Literature Study from 2013 to 2018:The Role of Knowledge in Open Innovation

A Systematic Literature Study from 2013 to 2018:The Role of Knowledge in Open Innovation

By • on April 7, 2020

The website Ideas posted an article which aims to provide a systematic review of the knowledge activities examined by previous literature to support OI results. The findings enhanced the understanding of the various sources of knowledge practices and was able identify the best practices based on inbound,

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An Open Innovation Project Typology of Exploration and Exploitation

An Open Innovation Project Typology of Exploration and Exploitation

By • on February 16, 2020

The Springer website posted a study which first appeared in the Journal of the Knowledge Economy which noted that before engaging in how firms can embrace different forms of OI activities simultaneously, there is a need to reassess how OI research approaches the idea of exploiting current capabilities

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Innovation Policy Instruments Through the Lens of Open Innovation

Innovation Policy Instruments Through the Lens of Open Innovation

By • on February 4, 2020

The Revistes website at the University of Barcelona posted a study originally published in the Journal of Evolutionary Studies in Business which examines the degree to which existing public innovation policies promote open innovation by companies. The results show that innovation policies in Spanish

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An Analysis of Open Innovation Strategies in Firms in Low and Medium Technology Industries

An Analysis of Open Innovation Strategies in Firms in Low and Medium Technology Industries

By • on June 4, 2019

The IEEE Transactions website posted a study analyzes how firms in low and medium technology industries implement their OI strategy. It explores common patterns in OI strategies by considering inbound, outbound, and coupled OI practices. It also examines whether there are differences in innovation performance

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Using Open Innovation to Address a Societal Challenge

Using Open Innovation to Address a Societal Challenge

By • on December 23, 2018

  The Wiley Online Library website posted a study which appeared in the journal R&D Management which explores how a community uses open innovation over time to tackle a global societal challenge.  The study developed a process model that describes how inbound, outbound, and coupled open innovation

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Managerial Challenges of Outbound Open Innovation

Managerial Challenges of Outbound Open Innovation

By • on December 20, 2018

  the R&D Management Journal posted a study which noted that while the research on open innovation is flourishing, less attention has so far been given to ‘outbound’ processes in comparison to ‘inbound’ and ‘coupled’ open innovation. In this paper we analyze a qualitative case study

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Establishing Open Innovation Culture in Cluster Initiatives

Establishing Open Innovation Culture in Cluster Initiatives

By • on August 21, 2018

The Science Direct website posted a research paper which studied the performance of firms located in clusters. It examined inbound and outbound open innovation in terms of organizational culture in a geographic cluster. It found that agglomeration effects lead to higher trust and information asymmetries

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Barriers to Innovating with Open Government Data

Barriers to Innovating with Open Government Data

By • on April 23, 2018

The IOS Press website noted that open government data (OGD) can enable outbound open innovation (OI) that is beneficial to society. However, innovation barriers hinder OGD users from generating value. While previous studies have detailed a large number of such barriers, little is known of how different

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Inbound, Outbound Open Innovation

Inbound, Outbound Open Innovation

By • on December 21, 2015

The IPCG website noted the two directions of open innovation. For more than a decade, firms have focused much of their open innovation (OI) efforts on one direction – inbound OI. Few firms employ outbound OI approaches. However, the outbound direction of OI, while arguably less intuitive, offers

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