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Intellectual Property Management in Open Innovation

Intellectual Property Management in Open Innovation

By • on May 22, 2015

The European Helpdesk website noted that during recent decades, the R&D field has witnessed a rise in technological complexity. This entails the presence of a pool of intellectual property (IP) rights within the most advanced products and services. Also considering that the number of patent filings increases steadily, companies therefore have to

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Why America’s Patent System Is Not Killing Innovation

Why America’s Patent System Is Not Killing Innovation

By • on May 21, 2015

The Fortune website posted an article which noted that the open innovation model, by which distinct (sometimes even competing) entities share information, research and expertise to develop new inventions and products, is an illustrative example of how patents encourage knowledge-sharing and create value.

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The Future: Share with Your Customers

The Future: Share with Your Customers

By • on May 20, 2015

The Venturebeat website reported that according to recent research by OpenMatters and Wharton Business School, companies that share insights and economics and co-create with their network of customers, employees, investors, retailers, and suppliers are worth 2-4 times more than companies with other business

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The Technology of the Future Will Come from Open Innovation

The Technology of the Future Will Come from Open Innovation

By • on May 19, 2015

An article on the Telegraph (UK) website stated that open innovation is the alternative that allows big businesses to work with each other, start-up companies, and academia to create truly fundamental innovations to the challenges they face. Open innovation ecosystems allow these parties to pool their

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A Review of Literature on Open Innovation in SMEs

A Review of Literature on Open Innovation in SMEs

By • on May 18, 2015

The  Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research reported that studies on open innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have experienced a rapid growth over the last several years. Yet, there is no comprehensive review on

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Key Challenge for Cities of the Future

Key Challenge for Cities of the Future

By • on May 17, 2015

The PRNewswire website reported that digitalization and emerging technologies such as 5G networks promise to radically transform today’s cities, but there is one great hurdle to cross before citizens can fully enjoy the benefits of digitalization. Cities will have to open up their services and

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Open innovation: Great Way to Boost Economies

Open innovation: Great Way to Boost Economies

By • on May 16, 2015

The Wales Online website noted that it is clear that many businesses cannot afford to rely entirely on their own R&D but need to buy or license ideas or inventions from other knowledge-based organizations if they are to prosper. Indeed, it is absolutely crucial for an economy that innovation is not

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Open Innovation and Intellectual Property Management

Open Innovation and Intellectual Property Management

By • on May 8, 2015

The Health 2 Market website reported that Intellectual property is often considered as an impediment to openness. While this may be true in some circumstances, it is increasingly becoming clear that intellectual property is a critical tool to govern open innovation. This upcoming seminar will explain

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Open Innovation: Helping Big Business Think Like a Start-Up

Open Innovation: Helping Big Business Think Like a Start-Up

By • on May 7, 2015

The Smart Company website reported that open innovation is a direct outcome of how social media is maturing and settling as a central play in organizational R&D. It also provides a brilliant opportunity to bring small and big business together. Open innovation presents a fabulous opportunity for

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How Anyone Can Turn Into A Creative Genius

How Anyone Can Turn Into A Creative Genius

By • on May 6, 2015

The Huntington Post noted that many corporations are using  open innovation to get new product ideas or find solutions to problems. Procter & Gamble is one of the most experienced and long-term leaders of crowdsourcing. In 2001, it launched a platform called “Connect + Develop.” This

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