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). According to Google it has 189 cites — not the most influential chapter in the book (which is Chesbrough, 2006) — nor as well cited as key lit reviews (e.g. References Chesbrough, Henry (2006). West, Joel (2006).

Breaking the news. Nesta’s great innovation robbery

The Future Shapers

Yet, it seems that the state of the fourth estate is so bad that the mismanagement, abuse and fleecing of a government innovation fund set up to save public interest news can go on under their noses without anyone batting an eyelid. . A new innovation fund.


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Presenting and publishing OI research

Open Innovation

While AOM is a big general management conference, OI has had a major presence within the TIM division since our first symposium in 2006. However, three innovation conferences provide especially good venues for presenting and discussing OI research: R&D Management (Paris, June 17-21). At the RaDMa conference, one of the 12 tracks (“Theme 9”) is explicitly on Open Innovation. Open and User Innovation Conference (Utrecht, July 8-10).

Tools for New Frontiers

Open Innovation

Oxford reports that New Frontiers in Open Innovation “is available for pre-orders and will ship on 16 November 2014.” I also hope to have a chance soon to post the full references from the book, to go with the references from the 2006 book. Open Innovation in Multinational Corporations: New Insights from 
the Global R&D Research Stream.” New Frontiers in Open Innovation, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. Open Social Innovation.”

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