Open Innovation Platform Design

Open Innovation Platform Design

By • on July 12, 2021

The Amcis 2021 website noted that user experience design is one of the critical success factors for online communities, and innovation community is not an exception. Focusing on a users’ needs, values, and abilities in User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) design has proved to encourage user engagement, maintain their participation and enhance the

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The Future of Open Innovation and Artificial Intelligence

The Future of Open Innovation and Artificial Intelligence

By • on March 9, 2017

The LSE Business Review website reported that open innovation takes on a new meaning as Artificial Intelligence will analyze what’s out in the open digital world (Internet). Combining internal data and open data will lead to finding the best ideas suggested by the algorithm. From crowd-suggested to

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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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A Kickstarter Approach to Science

A Kickstarter Approach to Science

By • on September 6, 2015

The Macleans website reported that over the past 15 years, Massachusetts-based InnoCentive—one of a cohort of companies in the business of open innovation has attracted 350,000 solvers from nearly every country on the planet. These bright minds have submitted roughly 40,000 answers to more than 2,000

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GE: The Future of Manufacturing

GE: The Future of Manufacturing

By • on April 22, 2014

The TechRepublic website reported that General Electric has launched  FirstBuild, a “microfactory” and open community for students, engineers, and innovators on the University of Louisville campus in Louisville, Kentucky. The company wants to create a new business model for the manufacturing

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Open Innovation: Getting Started

Open Innovation: Getting Started

By • on February 21, 2014

An article by Nicholas Bry on the Innovation Excellence website outlined and described a number of different open innovation processes: acceleration programs and innovation hubs; crowdsourcing and ideas contests; co-creation platforms; and codevelopments and hackathons. The article then went on to discuss

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GE’s Open Innovation Strategy in Canada

GE’s Open Innovation Strategy in Canada

By • on February 11, 2014

The Intellectual Asset Management website reported that GE Licensing has announced a pilot program that will see it make GE-developed IP available for use by entrepreneurs and small businesses in the Canadian province

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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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Is Open Innovation the Future of Academic Research?

Is Open Innovation the Future of Academic Research?

By • on June 9, 2013

The Dzone website posted an article which noted that organisations from a wide range of sectors are now opening up their innovation processes to people outside of their organization.  GE for instance has EcoMagination and their recent partnership with Quirky.  Lego has their Cuusoo platform.  DARPA

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Open Innovation to Help Build Smart Homes

Open Innovation to Help Build Smart Homes

By • on May 29, 2013

The Idea Connection website reported that open innovation and crowdsourcing are putting the smart home within easy reach of people. GE has teamed up with Quirky to form Wink, an inspiration and innovation platform. The hope is to create a line of smart appliances for the home that have been dreamed

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