Wanted/Needed: UX Design for Collaboration 2.0

Boxes and Arrows

No current software supports the full process of collaboration. There is plenty of hype about “Collaboration 2.0” Take, for instance, the Enterprise Collaboration Panel at last year’s Office 2.0 People must do something to collaborate.

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David Bowie – The Arch Innovator

Destination Innovation

Many of his innovations sprang from his numerous collaborations. He collaborated with Iggy Pop on two albums thus launching Pop’s solo career. He collaborated with Nile Rodgers, Mick Jagger, Queen and even Bing Crosby. David Bowie.

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Using Games to Help Your Group Create Amazing Products

Innovation Excellence

Games can also be applied to innovation, which is the topic of the book “Innovation Games: Creating Breakthrough Products Through Collaborative Play.”

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Broadening the church of Open Innovation

The Future Shapers

So, if companies have been working together and collaborating for all this time, what is so special and unique about Open Innovation, and why are organisations embracing it? Collaboration Ecosystem Open Innovation

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Research Opportunities for Network Forms of OI

Open Innovation

Interest in the network form of OI began with Wim Vanhaverbeke’s chapters in our 2006 book, Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm. In several other papers (West et al 2006, 2014; West & Bogers, 2014), we noted the emphasis of OI research on dyadic collaboration between firms, and the dearth of research on OI in platforms, ecosystems, and so on. Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp.

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Strategic Planning Workshop Ideas – The Brainzooming Process Is 10 Years Old!

BrainZooming

We introduced the first Brainzooming strategic planning workshop resembling what we do today as The Brainzooming Group ten years ago, June 19-20, 2006. You can employ the strategic thinking exercises in Accelerate to : Facilitate a collaborative approach to identifying innovation resources.

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Solving root causes of innovation blockage

Guide 4 Innovating

If we can confront these challenges, we can unlock them and make them the basis of the future building blocks and not barriers to greater innovation. ** This list has been inspired by “creating learning experiences without changing jobs” by Cynthia McCauley at the CCL in 2006. So what does block innovation? Arguably there are plenty of things up and down organizations.

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Solving root causes of innovation blockage

Guide 4 Innovating

If we can confront these challenges, we can unlock them and make them the basis of the future building blocks and not barriers to greater innovation. ** This list has been inspired by “creating learning experiences without changing jobs” by Cynthia McCauley at the CCL in 2006. So what does block innovation? Arguably there are plenty of things up and down organizations.

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Solving root causes of innovation blockage

Guide 4 Innovating

If we can confront these challenges, we can unlock them and make them the basis of the future building blocks and not barriers to greater innovation. ** This list has been inspired by “creating learning experiences without changing jobs” by Cynthia McCauley at the CCL in 2006. So what does block innovation? Arguably there are plenty of things up and down organizations.

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#1,530 – The Sketchbook Project

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

According to Atlas Obscura : “The Brooklyn Art Library houses the Sketchbook Project: a collaborative library of artists’ sketchbooks that’s grown every year since 2006. A definitive guide to artistry since 2006. Not all libraries contain literary works.

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Open Innovation: A 2014 Research Agenda

Open Innovation

One of the main goals of the Chesbrough/Vanhaverbeke/West 2006 book was to shape the research agenda of the open innovation. Our final chapter was immodestly entitled “Open innovation: a research agenda” (West, Vanhaverbeke and Chesbrough, 2006). References Chesbrough, Henry (2006).

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Companies betting big on open innovation

hackerearth

This paradigm] assumes that firms can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas, and internal and external paths to market, as they look to advance their technology.” ( Henry Chesbrough, 2006 ).

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Themes for the practice of open innovation

Open Innovation

Like my OI collaborators Henry Chesbrough & Wim Vanhaverbeke, I get a lot of emails (and receive many Google News updates) on businesses and consultants touting some claimed breakthrough on open innovation. Collaborative networks are more dynamic and interconnected than traditional hub & spoke structures. Briefly discussed in Vanhaverbeke & Cloodt (2006), Rohrbeck et al (2009) provided one of the first empirical studies to explicitly link ecosystems and open innovation.

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Reviewing research on 3D Printing

Open Innovation

The second special issue ( Management Science July 2006 ) was about better methods and (in some cases) a more direct contribution to generalizable theory.

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33 Routes to Open Innovation

Open Innovation EU

Rather than taking a (technical) process-oriented approach, Open Innovation is now also about Open Business Models ( Chesbrough, 2006 ), Open Services ( Chesbrough, 2010 ) – both from a more strategic perspective – and practical tools (Vanhaverbeeke, 2017) – more from a tactical or operational point-of-view. The process of collaboration between inventors and joined registration for a patent that may be used for further exploration and exploitation onwards.

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Open Innovation at the User Innovation Conference

Open Innovation

In fact, the focus of Piller & West (2014) is about what we call an “interactive coupled” mode of open innovation, with a focus on co-creation that takes place outside any particular firm through collaboration between firms and individuals.

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Typology for Innovative Organizations

Open Innovation EU

Collaborative innovation: Creating opportunities in a changing world. Typology for Organizations: an update. It has been a while since Henry Mintzberg developed his influential work that made us aware of the importance of structures in organization design.

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11 Paradoxes of Entrepreneurial Thinking: why entrepreneurship can hardly be taught

Open Innovation EU

2006) and are more likely to be created by making new and unique combinations (S. Klein & Bullock, 2006; Lewin, 2011; Von Mises, 1949). 2006). 2006). 2006). Introduction.

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Standardization as an open innovation activity

Open Innovation

As we noted back in West et al (2006), OI needs more research on this area: at that point, OI had emphasized studying dyadic (bilateral) cooperation between firms, and a decade later that’s still true. Networks in Open Innovation Between our first book in 2006 ( Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm ) and the second in 2014 ( New Frontiers in Open Innovation ) my own personal role in the OI ecosystem became painfully obvious.

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Ten Types of Innovation: 30 new case studies for 2019

Idea to Value

These collaborations can be brief or enduring, and they can be formed between close allies or even staunch competitors.

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Theaster Gates: “It’s about our ability to shape things.”

Tim Kastelle

Providing opportunities and spaces for neighbors to come together and engage in meaningful exchanges that spark collaborative action. Theaster Gates is one of the most innovative people working today , and there is a lot we can learn from what he’s doing. Gates is an artist.

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Crowdsourcing vs crowdfunding – what’s the difference?

Wazoku

Crowdsourcing was coined in 2006 by Wired writer Jeff Howe who defined it as taking a task traditionally performed by an employee and outsourcing it to an undefined, sometimes large group of people.

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Why Amazon wins | Innovate the core, innovate to transform

Hutch Carpenter

Collaborative filtering recommendations are those suggested products that display when you’re viewing an item. Introduced in 2006, AWS has been a tremendous success. Take a look at your organization’s innovation projects.

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Learning User Innovation by teaching it

Open Innovation

It’s a short conceptual article that’s relatively light on jargon; the article also provides a bridge between a brief OI lit review and the Lettl et al (2006) article on medical device UI by doctors. Modeling a paradigm shift: From producer innovation to user and open collaborative innovation."

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WOIC: Final Thoughts

Open Innovation

In between, Freek Meulman examined something completely different: a new process by which an intermediary could identify potential SME suppliers (or collaborators) for inbound OI. This wwas followed by a study of nanotechnology collaboration presented by Arman Sadreddin and T.J.

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Coaching helps overcome the ten innovation intractables

Paul Hobcraft

How can we learn new ways or different ways where collaboration becomes the norm and we can learn to borrow and exchange resources across functions more freely and then let them go to move on to the next challenge where their talent is most needed?

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Coaching helps overcome the ten innovation intractables

Paul Hobcraft

How can we learn new ways or different ways where collaboration becomes the norm and we can learn to borrow and exchange resources across functions more freely and then let them go to move on to the next challenge where their talent is most needed?

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Retool to win in the next decade

ImagineNation

Whilst most of the risks discussed were not new, & mostly well known, and some even have well-defined solutions, those that don’t require businesses to retool to win in the next decade; “But most of them require collaboration and collective action.

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Long live the pioneers, rebels and mutineers, go forth and have no fear.

The Future Shapers

I first read about the massive power of Crowdsourcing in a 2006 article in Wired. It enables the democratisation of investing accessible relatively smaller amounts of capital from the global community and since 2006 the market has widened and matured to an estimated annual value of $90bn. Ours is a disruptive domain that needs the collaboration of many strong voices combined with well-researched, value-adding thought leadership in order to help shape the future for all of us.

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5 ways global brands can survive in a world of hyper-localism

The Future Shapers

In 2006, Hackney was declared ‘the worst place to live in the UK’. What kind of strategy should brands follow in the age of Trump and Brexit?

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The Life Sciences Industry: Decision Making from Batch to Continuum

IdeaScale

Between 2006 and 2013, there was a seven-fold increase in data curation jobs (job trends from www.indeed.com). The life science industry needs more collaboration in the data and continuous analytics realms. The life science industry is close to a significant transformation.

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You Don’t Have to Go to a Conference to Enjoy It

It's Saul Connected

As the host of a global innovation conference ( BIF Collaborative Innovation Summit ), I’ve been watching remote conference participation play out over the last 10 years and I’m convinced that it’s a good thing. This post originally appeared on the Harvard Business Review site here.

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Principles of open innovation

hackerearth

Michael Docherty, 2006). Also, sometimes, in a hurry to commercialize first, companies go in without the necessary learning that comes from collaboration. What do mini-Big Bang Theory Lego, Mozilla, Facebook’s Pride Flag feature, P&G’s Connect+Develop, and Moodle have in common?

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Innovation and digital transformation of the healthcare industry

hackerearth

Herzlinger’s article titled “ Why Innovation in Health Care Is So Hard ,” which appeared in the May 2006 issue of Harvard Business Review.). This will require us to reach across historic boundaries and unlock the potential of collaboration across the usual disciplines.”

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Innovation and digital transformation of the healthcare industry

hackerearth

Herzlinger’s article titled “ Why Innovation in Health Care Is So Hard ,” which appeared in the May 2006 issue of Harvard Business Review.). This will require us to reach across historic boundaries and unlock the potential of collaboration across the usual disciplines.”

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