IA Summit 10 - Day 2

Boxes and Arrows

2010 IA Summit theme music generously provided by Bumper Tunes. Kyle Soucy and Holly Phillips talk about how, with a little planning and a few innovative techniques, you can conduct regular, fast-turnaround usability interviews with a shoestring staff and budget. Download Crowdsourcing Innovation: the role of UX – Johanna Kollmann Is your organisation trying to engage in open innovation? This year marks the 11th annual Information Architecture Summit.

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). Dahlander & Gann, 2010), but still not bad for a book chapter. Journal of Product Innovation Management (West and Bogers, 2014) This article was previously summarized on this blog. Open Social Innovation.”

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Effective communication is the essence of open innovation

Wellspring

We've practiced agriculture for some 12,000 years, and in that time have continued finding innovative ways to feed a growing population. Dow AgroSciences is very open about the complexity of their R&D pipeline. The associated costs are significant; the company told Western Farmpress that the average cost to bring a new active ingredient to market between 2010 and 2014 was $286 million. Industrial agriculture is a highly complex operation.

33 Routes to Open Innovation

Open Innovation EU

It has been a while since Henry Chesbrough coined the term Open Innovation and formulated it’s definition: “combining internal and external ideas as well as internal and external paths to market to advance the development of new technologies.” In the course of time, the terminology surrounding Open Innovation has evolved alongside developments in management literature and practises. Route 4: Collaborative Innovation. Route 12: Open Business.

Standardization as an open innovation activity

Open Innovation

An important but understudied form of open innovation is the network form (network as defined by Powell 1990). The theme for EURAS 2016 is ‘Co-opetition and Open Innovation’, and so I was invited to deliver the keynote address. The slides for my talk (entitled “How standards research can inform open innovation”) are online at SlideShare. Failed OI Network Strategies Often the research in managing innovation networks (platforms etc.) 2010. “

The Need for Open Innovation in the Automotive Industry

Innocentive

Acclaimed Czech author Milan Kundera once commented that, “Business has only two functions - marketing and innovation.” To achieve this in the automotive industry, a commitment to innovation is essential. This has worked until the point where effective innovation has become too complex and expensive for companies to achieve wholly from within ( Ili et al, 2010 ). Adopting open innovation is a potential solution. Innovation Insights

Can an Open Innovation Challenge Methodology Help Solve the Refugee Crisis?

Qmarkets

It’s time to realize the power an open innovation challenge methodology - specifically one that involves crowdsourcing - can have when it comes to affecting real change. Appropriate open idea management platforms can be employed to generate ideas, develop them through collaboration, and then evaluate the best proposals through crowd voting to identify the ones with the highest public support. Can open innovation challenge methods solve the world’s most pressing problems?

“Embrace Open Innovation or be Destroyed by it…” – A Case Study on Lego & Bagels

Qmarkets

. Using the right innovation (tool) for the job. Arguably, the principle of Open Innovation was utilized for the first time by Professor James Murray in 19th Century Oxford, England. In the time that has passed since then, this concept has become infinitely easier to implement thanks to the development of Innovation Management technology, however some companies are yet to wake up to its potential. . A History of Open Innovation. The Innovation Gamble.

Opening up our innovation to stay relevant

Paul Hobcraft

Our whole understanding of innovation is changing; there are numerous shifts occurring. We are opening up our thinking in where and with whom, to collaborate. We are evaluating and changing our existing focus from closed (internal orientation) into ones that are having a far more open stance. We are searching for more collaborative innovation (external orientation) combining external partners into more ‘collective thinking’.

Principles of open innovation

hackerearth

There are all examples of open innovation (OI) at its best. Popularized by Henry Chesbrough,“Open Innovation” term refers to the broad concepts of leveraging external sources of technology and innovation to drive internal growth. As opposed to traditional closed models where companies use primarily internal resources to drive innovation, in the newer open models, knowledge crosses an organization’s boundary for commercialization in new or existing markets.

Telehealth and COVID-19: The Global Rise of Telehealth and Advances in Digital Health Technology in the Post COVID-19 World

Yet2

fully or partially implement a telehealth system, up from 35% in 2010 (source: American Hospital Association ). Also, the recent COVID-19 crisis has opened the Asia-Pacific region to the telehealth concept quickly, as consultancy Bain & Co reported “nearly 50% of patients expect to use digital health tools in the next five years” and “91% of consumers said they would use digital health services if covered by an employer or insurance provider.”.

WOIC: Day 1

Open Innovation

On Thursday, open innovation scholars enjoyed a very exuberant 1st day at the 1st annual World Open Innovation Conference in Napa. As the day began, the audience received their own copy of the brand new — fresh off the presses — New Frontiers in Open Innovation. ( Chesbrough Keynote The conference opened with Henry Chesbrough , summarizing the evolution of the OI concept from his 2003 book.

FEI Europe 2017 Recap – Denise Fletcher, CIO

eZassi

FEI Europe – Adapt, disrupt, innovate. This year’s FEI Europe conference in London was full of energy and ideas and I left feeling more motivated and inspired than ever to continue to find new ways to disrupt stale approaches to innovation. We must continue to innovate and look for new ways to think about and use technology. If there is anything I could change about the week, it would be to have spent more time meeting with the innovators in attendance.

71 Innovation Methodologies

Open Innovation EU

A while ago I sat down with Machiel Wetselaar & David van Dinther to create a list of innovation methodologies for a course we’re developing. Up to now we’ve gathered 71 different methodologies for implementing innovation in your organization. Innovation Cycle (Avans). Focus stage: Early-stage Published: 2010 more…. Open Innovation (Chesbrough). Open Innovation Kick-Start Approach (AT Kearney). Innovation Audit (Adams).

Innovation, ecosystems, platforms and the promise of more to come

Paul Hobcraft

Jeffrey Phillip s and I are launching our fourth collaboration together, this time we are exploring innovation ecosystems and the growing impact they are having in the business world through their ‘conecting and collaborating difference’ that can lead to vastly different final customer experiences. This is what he wrote: Innovation, ecosystems, platforms and more. If you are interested in: Disruptive innovation. Open Innovation.

Innovation, ecosystems, platforms and the promise of more to come

Paul Hobcraft

Jeffrey Phillip s and I are launching our fourth collaboration together, this time we are exploring innovation ecosystems and the growing impact they are having in the business world through their ‘conecting and collaborating difference’ that can lead to vastly different final customer experiences. This is what he wrote: Innovation, ecosystems, platforms and more. If you are interested in: Disruptive innovation. Open Innovation.

Peet van Biljon

Innovation 360 Group

He is regarded as an innovative strategist, a creative problem-solver and a thought leader on ethical innovation.He has many years of experience as an innovation practitioner and executive-level advisor. Peet managed McKinsey & Company’s global innovation practice from 2010 to 2015 where he served clients on innovation across a breadth of industries. Business model innovation and redesign. Innovating for more ethical business models.

Peet van Biljon

Innovation 360 Group

He is regarded as an innovative strategist, a creative problem-solver and a thought leader on ethical innovation.He has many years of experience as an innovation practitioner and executive-level advisor. Peet managed McKinsey & Company’s global innovation practice from 2010 to 2015 where he served clients on innovation across a breadth of industries. Business model innovation and redesign. Innovating for more ethical business models.

Peet van Biljon

Innovation 360 Group

He is regarded as an innovative strategist, a creative problem-solver and a thought leader on ethical innovation.He has many years of experience as an innovation practitioner and executive-level advisor. Peet managed McKinsey & Company’s global innovation practice from 2010 to 2015 where he served clients on innovation across a breadth of industries. Business model innovation and redesign. Innovating for more ethical business models.

R&D Management: Let's Reward Fraud, Not Punish It

Open Innovation

For the past month or so, I have been getting reminders of a new publication on open innovation in R&D Management. This month, it was perhaps the last hurrah of the discredited , fired ex-academic whose who will be remembered in innovation studies as the greatest fraud of the early 21st century. Lichtenthaler wrote: … In this regard, inbound open innovation has attracted substantially more attention by researchers than outbound open innovation (West and Bogers, 2014).

VC to CV

100%Open

This is where a large company sets up a fund to invest in SMEs, usually with the intent to commercialise the smaller company’s innovation. An article a year or two back from Global Corporate Funding stated that between 2010 and 2012, 182 CV units were formed bringing the total number globally to 936. Open innovation. Open innovation between an SME and a larger company constitutes the majority of open innovation deals. Open Options.

Typology for Innovative Organizations

Open Innovation EU

They require openness, transparency, adaptability, co-creation, self-management and responsiveness. While searching for a modern-day typology for innovative organizations – to show our students and what kind of context they most likely would want to work – I found that none was there, so I created a new one. A Typology for Innovative Organizations. The model describes organizational typologies based on cultures of innovation. 2010). 2010).

OUI! Wir sind in New York!

Open Innovation

The 16th Open and User Innovation Conference is hosted by Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and Natalia Levina of the NYU Stern School of Business and Kathy Strandburg of (as yet unnamed) law school, the conference is another great success for the von Hippel crowd. Nik Franke of WU Wien — who hosted the first User Innovation Workshop — reminded me that he is one of only a handful of people to attend all 16.

Choosing the right strategy handling uncertainty

Innovation 360 Group

It’s also here you find a lot of brave innovations driven by high ambitions and technology (decoding the Enigma, going to the moon, and developing tanks). It’s essential here to sharpen the future possibilities with external knowledge-sharing, open innovation, and co-creation. Here we find innovations such as penicillin, the microwave and plastic – all created through coincidence, technology and a real underlying need. 1] Based on Jaruzelski and Dehoff (2010). [2]

Organizing for Simultaneous Innovation Capability – key findings from +1,000 companies, republished from Drucker Forum 2016

Innovation 360 Group

A fter collecting and studying innovation data from over 1,000 companies in 62 countries, I’m often asked whether Small and Midsize Enterprises (SME) are more innovative and entrepreneurial than larger corporations. All companies have a conscious or unconscious strategy, leadership, culture, capabilities, and competencies they use to improve and innovate business internally (e.g. 1 Based on Jaruzelski & Dehoff (2010).

Choosing the right strategy handling uncertainty

Innovation 360

It’s also here you find a lot of brave innovations driven by high ambitions and technology (decoding the Enigma, going to the moon, and developing tanks). It’s essential here to sharpen the future possibilities with external knowledge-sharing, open innovation, and co-creation. Here we find innovations such as penicillin, the microwave and plastic – all created through coincidence, technology and a real underlying need. 1] Based on Jaruzelski and Dehoff (2010). [2]

Organizing for Simultaneous Innovation Capability – key findings from +1,000 companies, republished from Drucker Forum 2016

Innovation 360

A fter collecting and studying innovation data from over 1,000 companies in 62 countries, I’m often asked whether Small and Midsize Enterprises (SME) are more innovative and entrepreneurial than larger corporations. All companies have a conscious or unconscious strategy, leadership, culture, capabilities, and competencies they use to improve and innovate business internally (e.g. 1 Based on Jaruzelski & Dehoff (2010).

Innovation Ecosystem: Bridging the Gap Between Digital and Offline Innovation

Qmarkets

Innovation used to be something that would happen in a physical setting, be it in a workshop, a laboratory, research center, etc. Now, with the advent of innovation software, the process of ideation and collaboration mostly happens online. However, there are innate benefits to innovating “in the real world”, benefits which a digital interaction will never be able to fully replicate. Benefits of Online Innovation. Benefits of Offline Innovation. Innovation Hubs.

Innovation Ecosystem: Bridging the Gap Between Digital and Offline Innovation

Qmarkets

Innovation used to be something that would happen in a physical setting, be it in a workshop, a laboratory, research center, etc. Now, with the advent of innovation software, the process of ideation and collaboration mostly happens online. However, there are innate benefits to innovating “in the real world”, benefits which a digital interaction will never be able to fully replicate. Benefits of Online Innovation. Benefits of Offline Innovation. Innovation Hubs.

Innovate, Adapt, Overcome: How to Beat a Recession with Idea Management & Continuous Improvement

Qmarkets

However, by developing an innovation strategy that anticipates a downturn, you can help your enterprise weather the storm and even uncover lucrative ways to gain a competitive edge. In the interests of futureproofing your enterprise, it’s important to ensure your innovation strategy can accommodate the privations of turbulent economic times. to see where disruptive innovation efforts could best be concentrated. to champion the innovation initiative.

How to Run the Ultimate Corporate Hackathon

Qmarkets

Hackathons are on the rise , and many leading enterprise grade businesses now participating in these events on a regular basis as a way of quickly generating innovative results to difficult problems. Over the next ten years, corporations embraced the hackathon as a smart way to quickly develop new software, generate innovative ideas, and tap into unrealized resources within the firm. This Microsoft-spawned company started as a thought at the 2010 TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon.

How to Run the Ultimate Corporate Hackathon

Qmarkets

Hackathons are on the rise , and many leading enterprise grade businesses now participating in these events on a regular basis as a way of quickly generating innovative results to difficult problems. Over the next ten years, corporations embraced the hackathon as a smart way to quickly develop new software, generate innovative ideas, and tap into unrealized resources within the firm. This Microsoft-spawned company started as a thought at the 2010 TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon.

99 Mental Barriers for Innovation Infographic

Open Innovation EU

Many of our students work on innovation projects for SME. When asked to organize an ‘open innovation session’, students enthousiastically start to read details about open innovation, open sessions and different ways of creating an open innovation-mindset within SME. Non-zero-sum Game in Open Innovation. ” 99 Mental Barriers for Innovation. In Open Innovation you’ll have to deal with both.

When innovation led to a reversal of fortunes

hackerearth

The term innovation has been much bandied about this decade. Although a hackneyed word especially in the world of education and business, “innovation” has much in its favor. Read WSJ ’s “Is a Peanut-Butter Pop-Tart an Innovation?” There are plenty of expert definitions of innovation out there. Companies are leaving no stone unturned in their attempts to drive innovation, be it radical, incremental, or breakthrough. Controlled innovation has clearly worked.