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Talking #Open Innovation with Prof. Henry Chesbrough

Talking #Open Innovation with Prof. Henry Chesbrough

By • on February 16, 2013

The IntelligentHQ website posted an interview with Henry  Chesbrough. Chesbrough has written extensively on the topic of open innovation, a term that he coined in his award-winning book Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology . More recently, Chesbrough has turned his attention to the world of innovation in

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Open Services Innovation

Open Services Innovation

By • on January 29, 2013

The Prezi website posted a slide show by Leidy Tatiana Rodriguez Torres showing how he concept of Open Innovation can be applied to services industries. The collective intelligence of a larger group of people exceeds that of a few, both in terms of ideas and knowledge. We know much less about how

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GE: Profiting from Open Services Innovation

GE: Profiting from Open Services Innovation

By • on November 9, 2012

The Innovation Excellence website posted an article by Henry Chesbrough which notes that  as new products come to market with increasing frequency and take valuable market share, more and more companies are finding it increasingly challenging to keep up and compete. Product life span is further shortened

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An Interview With Henry Chesbrough

An Interview With Henry Chesbrough

By • on June 6, 2012

The Social Economic Council of Flanders published an interview in SERV-magazine with Open Innovation pioneer Henry Chesbrough. In the interview Chesbrough addressed questions such as how open services innovation supports cooperation between companies especially small and medium ones; how thinking of

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From Commodities to Services

From Commodities to Services

By • on May 24, 2012

An article on the Forbes website analyzes Allevo, a Romanian company which has decided to “open source” its core business. It is shifting its business model and competition from a pure commodity space to a more diversified services space. And they also walk the innovation talk, because innovation

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The App Economy and Open Services Innovation

The App Economy and Open Services Innovation

By • on February 24, 2012

An article on the National Review website argues that the most successful firms manage to create open platforms that other firms can build on — instead of relying solely on in-house talent, you can draw on the entrepreneurial energy of thousands and potentially millions of people you’d never dream

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Open Services Innovation

Open Services Innovation

By • on December 2, 2011

In his blog, Irving Wladawsky-Berger discusses some of the issues raised in Henry Chesbrough’s book, Open Services Innovation. He notes that Chesbrough’s key argument for the importance of services innovation is the serious competitive challenge

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Open Services Innovation: Road Runner Sports

Open Services Innovation: Road Runner Sports

By • on October 8, 2011

The Plantescompany blog reports that  Road Runner Sports offers a new twist on guru advice – a computerized assessment based on a video of the shopper running on a treadmill, a pad measuring where the runner places the weight of his feet and runner-provided information. Road Runner Sports turns

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Open Services Innovation: A Review

Open Services Innovation: A Review

By • on August 21, 2011

On the Blogging About Business website, Bob Morris reviews Henry Chesbrough’s most recent book. In his previous articles and books Henry Chesbrough has a great deal of value to say about results-driven, multi-dimensional collaboration/co-creation within and beyond any organization. His latest

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Why Open Services Are the Future of Innovation

Why Open Services Are the Future of Innovation

By • on August 10, 2011

In his review in Fast Company, Adrian Ott says that Henry Chesbrough’s book “Open Services Innovation,”  provides an integrated approach and framework that explains  much of what’s happening today. He adds that the book  demonstrates through real-world case studies that services

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