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Making Open Innovation Stick

Making Open Innovation Stick

By • on August 29, 2014

The Business2Community website noted that the publication, in 2003, of Henry Chesbrough’s book “Open Innovation” spawned a movement that has since swept across the industrial landscape and changed forever how companies think about innovation. The ideas were not new. In some cases they date back to the 1960s to the work in inter-firm R&D

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Open Innovation Drives the Sports Industry

Open Innovation Drives the Sports Industry

By • on August 27, 2014

The Providence Journal reported the publication of a sports business-related whitepaper, focused on new strategies driving higher levels of participation,

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Public Innovation Lab Key Initiative for Chile

Public Innovation Lab Key Initiative for Chile

By • on September 1, 2014

The BNAmericas website reported that the establishment of a public innovation laboratory is among the key digital initiatives for the Chilean government

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Air France’s Open Innovation Approach Takes Off

The IdeaConnection website noted that despite the many advantages of tapping into the brain power of the crowd, some enterprises experience nothing but frustration. They throw out a challenge and receive

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15 Examples of Open Innovation between Big Companies & Startups

The Innovation Excellence website notes that big companies like GE, Cisco or Microsoft tend to have 8-10 different value pools (think suppliers, startups, customers or universities) to consider for their

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American Heart Association Launches Open Innovation Challenge

The Crowdfund Insider website reported that the American Heart Association has launched its first Chicafo Open Innovation Challenge, a crowdsourced, crowdfunded and judged competition to uncover new innovative

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Real Life Lessons in Open Innovation and Intellectual Property

A blog on the Managing Intellectual Property website noted that using intellectual property to build strategic partnerships is precisely in line with what Henry Chesbrough described in 2003 as “open

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