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Open Innovation in the 21st Century

Open Innovation in the 21st Century

By OIC Editor • on April 15, 2014

The International Chamber of Commerce website issued a research paper which looks at the origins and evolution of open innovation, contrasting these with the traditional “closed” approach to research and development. “Open innovation is expected to become the most prevalent innovation model of the 21st century,”” said Daphne

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Catalyzing Innovation

Catalyzing Innovation

By OIC Editor • on April 12, 2014

The Liebertpub website published a case study of the journey that Coca-Cola, Ford, H.J. Heinz, Nike, and Procter & Gamble took in the formation and

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Working the Crowd to Solve Civic Issues

Working the Crowd to Solve Civic Issues

By OIC Editor • on April 13, 2014

The IdeaConnection website noted that open innovation is providing communities in numerous countries with the means to start to affect change in their

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Disrupting Your Business Model

The RTOHQ website notes that in general there are three options for a disruptive and visionary game changer: First, develop your own disruptive business model. Second option, you develop further the existing

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Unilever Recognized for Transformational Open Innovation

The Digital Journal reported that Unilever was presented with the Open Innovation Partner of Choice Award during the 8th Annual Open Innovation Conference held in Philadelphia, PA, April 7-9. Unilever

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Speeding Innovation in the Smart Tech World

An article on EBN website noted that to maintain and accelerate the speed of innovation, the electronics industry needs to move from a system of closed innovation to one of open innovation. Companies

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Co-Opting Disruption Through Open Innovation

The Forbes website noted that big organizations generally don’t do disruption well.  They tend towards stability because that’s what people want from them.  However, that creates a problem because

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