Europe’s Science Spending Set for Another Big Boost

Europe’s Science Spending Set for Another Big Boost

By • on June 30, 2018

The Science Magazine website reported that the European Commission plans for one of the biggest single research programs on the planet. Called Horizon Europe, the program could be worth €97.6 billion. One of the main pillars of Horizon Europe is Open Innovation, which addresses an old problem: Europe’s shortage of successful innovative businesses,

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Open Science and Open Innovation

Open Science and Open Innovation

By • on October 20, 2017

The SSRN website posted an abstract of a book by Joel West and Markus Perkmann: “Open Science and Open Innovation”: “We investigate how firms work with universities in the course of their innovation activities. We provide an overview of three main modes of direct interaction between

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Fueling Small Business Success Through Innovation

Fueling Small Business Success Through Innovation

By • on October 19, 2017

The Nasdaq website noted that Henry Chesbrough, a professor at University of California Berkeley and executive director for the Center for Open Innovation coined the phrase Open Innovation. This is when companies use both internal and external ideas to help advance their existing operations.  In Chesbrough’s

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Re-Invent Open Innovation to Apply to Small Firms

Re-Invent Open Innovation to Apply to Small Firms

By • on July 14, 2017

The Science|Business website noted that finding good examples of open innovation in small companies is difficult. It seems it is not yet common practice and the management tools available to support collaborations have been developed to suit the needs of large companies. As a result, many SMEs are struggling

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A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing

A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing

By • on November 27, 2016

The Amazon site reported on the book, “A Guide to Open Innovation and crowdsourcing”, noting that the model of industrial innovation has moved on from an inwardly focused, vertically integrated approach–a closed innovation system. Open innovation today prevails, as organizations make

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Revolutionizing Innovation with Communities & Open Innovation

Revolutionizing Innovation with Communities & Open Innovation

By • on April 17, 2016

The Topcoder website noted that most are not looking to open innovation and user communities as a way to revolutionize how they approach innovation and speed-up execution for their organization. Not just for a one-off low risk project, but rather how an organization fundamentally shifts their approach

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Revolutionizing Innovation

Revolutionizing Innovation

By • on March 30, 2016

The GovLab website reviewed the new book, “Revolutionizing Innovation: Users, Communities, and Open Innovation.” “The last two decades have witnessed an extraordinary growth of new models of managing and organizing the innovation process that emphasizes users over producers. Large parts

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New Frontiers in Open Innovation

New Frontiers in Open Innovation

By • on April 13, 2015

The Exnovate website posted an announcement of the new book, “New Directions in Open Innovation” edited by Henry Chesbrough, Wim Vanhaverbeke and Joel West. The  book seeks both to integrate a decade of prior research on open innovation and to engage the academic community in fostering new

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Building Business Models

Building Business Models

By • on April 11, 2015

The LiveMint website noted that the reason a business model exists is because it articulates how a business creates, delivers and captures value. This is vital. Then why aren’t there as many books on business models as there are on strategy? The answer is perhaps linked to another question: why don’t

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Joel West on Open Innovation

Joel West on Open Innovation

By • on January 13, 2015

The Keck Graduate Institute website reported that Joel West, Henry Chesbrough and Wim Vanhaverbeck recently published a new book, “New Frontiers in Open Innovation.” In an interview with the site Dr. West discusses the approach the three open innovation experts took to covering the extensive

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