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Open Innovation 2.0 Conference 2015

Open Innovation 2.0 Conference 2015

By • on March 26, 2015

The PRACE website announced that the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference will be held  from July 6 to September 6 in Espoo, Finland. The conference will discuss the implementation of the Dublin Declaration and topics such as student entrepreneurship, open innovation digital platforms, regional information modelling and digitalized services. The recently

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Why You Should Share Your Company’s Secrets

Why You Should Share Your Company’s Secrets

By • on March 24, 2015

The Content Standard website noted that the tech world is famous for open-sourcing code and sharing ideas not just within businesses, but across them. Although there’s been encouraging news about open innovation practices within non-tech sectors, these collaborative efforts remain entirely internal.

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Praise the Board, and Pass the Innovation

Praise the Board, and Pass the Innovation

By • on March 23, 2015

The Machine Design website noted that there is something grossly deficient in the closed and inflexible way large companies design and develop products. Corporate product development establishments are eerily like medieval monasteries. The lanyard-wearing monks sit in their cubicles, cloistered behind

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What is Impeding Open Innovation?

What is Impeding Open Innovation?

By • on March 21, 2015

The Innovation Excellence website noted that large companies are using Open Innovation to find agile partners who will help them to grow by co-developing innovative new products. Small companies are using OI to partner with companies that can take them to places and markets that would otherwise be out

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Translating Open Science to Innovation

Translating Open Science to Innovation

By • on March 18, 2015

The Science | Business website noted that while an open philosophy of science has advanced impressively in the past two decades, one cannot yet claim that it has led to a similar increase in innovation. There are straightforward reasons for this. Once a new discovery is made, it is often unclear, or

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Innovation Summit

Innovation Summit

By • on March 17, 2015

The Goldense Group, Inc website has announced the R&D Product Development Innovation Summit to be held April 7-9 in Boston. One of the goals of the conference will be  to take a look at the likely corporate innovation landscape, capabilities, and changes in the decade ahead.  Organizations will

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Open Innovation: Involve Customers

Open Innovation: Involve Customers

By • on March 15, 2015

An article on the LinkedIn website noted that when it is executed correctly there are a plethora of benefits to Open Innovation. One of the most beneficial consequences is the organic publicity that this type of platform generates, with individual proposals receiving hundreds of thousands of views, and

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The Missing Link in Open Innovation

The Missing Link in Open Innovation

By • on March 13, 2015

An article on the LinkedIn website noted that the open innovation movement is in full swing, and companies everywhere are turning to external sources for new product ideas. But, with open innovation now the standard business model, how can your company truly gain a competitive advantage? More specifically,

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Open Innovation: Learning from Mining’s 2nd Wave

Open Innovation: Learning from Mining’s 2nd Wave

By • on March 12, 2015

An article on the LinkedIn website noted that the mining industry has shown a renewed interest in open innovation. In certain major industries, like potash, base metals, iron production and oil and gas, open innovation has a lot of value, as is a very high-cost investment. With open innovation, you take

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The Benefits of Open Innovation

The Benefits of Open Innovation

By • on March 10, 2015

The World Economic Forum website noted thaT In a more connected world, open innovation offers opportunities to reduce research costs, spread risks and bring innovations to market more quickly. This approach has yielded significant benefits in many fields, including healthcare, IT business models and

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