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Ten Top Tips for Success with Open Innovation

Destination Innovation

Traditionally businesses developed all their new products in-house using ideas that came from their Marketing or R&D departments (or sometimes the MD’s pet projects). Increasingly this internal focus is being replaced by a more powerful and effective approach – open innovation (OI). Here are ten top tips to help you grasp the benefits of OI for your company: 1. Set Goals. Think win/win.

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You Can Never Create The Future By Targeting The Present

Digital Tonto

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Break the Innovation Barrier – Start Pretotyping!

Innovation Excellence

On a recent visit to, I entered the word “pretotyping” into the search box and found no mention of pretotyping on the entire site! Time to fix that. What is Pretotyping? Innovation marketing Alberto Savoia Google Hackathon Miniman Viable Product MVP Ptetotyping

The Best Written 142-Page Book on Brainstorming That Is Not For Sale

Idea Champions

This is the only 142-page book we know of that teaches people how to facilitate kick-ass brainstorming sessions -- including 18 creative thinking techniques, tips, tools, guidelines, checklists, rants, and the happy distillation of 27 years worth of what we've learned leading ideation sessions for companies like these who have all been very pleased with our services. It's not for sale.

Three Keys to Accelerating Innovation through Connecting and Collaborating Outside your Organization

Speaker: Gordon Vala-Webb, Author, Speaker and Consultant, Building Smarter Organizations

From his upcoming book, Building Smarter Organizations, Gordon will do a deep dive into connecting and collaborating with those outside your organization to accelerate innovation. Gordon will provide practical strategies to connecting and working with the "nearside" of suppliers, partners and alumni in order to accelerate innovation.