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First World Open Innovation Conference

First World Open Innovation Conference

By • on October 30, 2014

The first World Open Innovation Conference will be held in Napa, California on December 4th and 5th, 2014. There are perhaps too many innovation conferences and events going on in the world, but this one promises to be different.  It will gather

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Grand Challenge:a Better Protective Suit for HealthCare Workers

Grand Challenge:a Better Protective Suit for HealthCare Workers

By • on October 29, 2014

The Millionaire Corner website reported that Grand Challenges, a collaborative effort by the governments of the U.S. and Canada and funded by both governments

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Brazilian Banking Giant Seeks Startups

Brazilian Banking Giant Seeks Startups

By • on October 30, 2014

The ZDNet website reported that Brazilian banking giant Bradesco is looking to attract startups from the sector to accelerate its own innovation processes.

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Open Innovation and the Public Sector

An Op-Ed in the Digital Journal website argued that local and central government bodies should copy some of the large company trendsetters in open innovation. They should specify the results that they

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How to Set Productive Collaboration into Action

The Strategy+Business website noted that collaboration is essential for long-term innovation. Working together and sharing information enables employees to draw on expertise from the entire organization,

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Scientific Research to Benefit from More Open Innovation

The IdeaConnection website reported that open innovation is giving science a big boost with the announcement of a challenge fund to advance bioelectronic medicine research and the launch of an open innovation

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Research Indicates Open Innovation Gaining Momentum

The Imperial Valley News website reported that large U.S. and European companies embrace the concept of open innovation, but firms are still learning how to get better results by combining external input

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