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Author: Arthur B. Markman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199374441

Category: Diffusion of innovations

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The traditional structures of business and the workplace have changed drastically in recent years. In response, companies have continuously worked to improve their ability to generate new ideas and bring them to market by removing the common constraints on the processes of innovation. This movement of open innovation in the workforce necessitates improvements in the arenas of idea generation, evaluation, funding, and the presentation of these ideas to the marketplace in new and exciting ways. Edited by Arthur B. Markman, Open Innovation: Academic and Practical Perspectives on the Journey from Idea to Market brings together the latest scholarship on these elements with tried-and-true stories of successful applications in real-world settings. Authors explore a variety of new methods for improving idea development and processes, making this book an invaluable resource for readers as they learn how to create a supportive ecosystem for their employees and co-workers.
2016-06-08 By Arthur B. Markman

Exploring Business Models for Open Innovation in Rural living labs. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprising. 2007: Sophia-Antipolis, France, pp. 49–56. Ståhlbröst, A. and Bergvall-Kåreborn, ...

Author: Anne-Laure Mention

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814719186

Category: Electronic books

Page: 708

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Visual Thinking Pathway 1 is a Knowledge method Modeling Process Knowledge Modeling Pathway3 Knowledge Modeling for Benefits OpenInnovation Teams that harvests in Pathway 2 deep tacit Output of Productive knowledge Knowledge Modeling is ...

Author: Abbie Griffin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118770856

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

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A clear, practical guide to implementing Open Innovation for new product development Open Innovation: New Product Development Essentials from the PDMA is a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of the Open Innovation method. Written by experts from the Product Development and Management Association, the book packages a collection of Open Innovation tools in a digestible and actionable format. Real-world case studies drawn from the authors' own successes and failures illustrate the concepts presented, providing accurate representation of the opportunities and challenges of Open Innovation implementation. Key tools are presented with a focus on immediate applications for business, allowing NPD professionals to easily discern where this cutting edge development method can push innovation forward. Open Innovation assumes that companies can and should use both internal and external ideas and paths to market, permeating the boundaries between firm and environment. Innovations transfer outward and inward through purchase, licensing, joint ventures, and spin-offs, allowing companies to expand beyond their own research and dramatically improve productivity through collaboration. PDMA Essentials provides practical guidance on exploiting the Open Innovation model to these ends, with clear guidance on all aspects of the new product development process. Topics include: Product platforming and idea competitions Customer immersion and interaction Collaborative product design and development Innovation networks, rewards, and incentives Many practitioners charged with innovation have only a vague understanding of the specific tools available for Open Innovation, and how they might be applied. As the marketplace shifts dramatically to keep pace with changing consumer behaviors, remaining relevant increasingly means ramping up innovation processes. PDMA Essentials provides the tools NPD practitioners need to implement a leading innovation method, and drive continued growth.
2014-10-07 By Abbie Griffin

have an annual World Open Innovation Conference that gathers together some of the best new research in Open Innovation , and solicits challenges from industry as well . We create workshops to present and discuss these challenges ...

Author: Henry Chesbrough

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198841906


Page: 224

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To get real results from innovation, businesses must open up their innovation process and finish more of what they start. This book offers the latest theory and evidence from innovation processes, and discusses how they can, and must, connect to the organization as a whole in order to have real long-term value.
2019-12-04 By Henry Chesbrough

Search support for innovation partners and projects: In order to set up a new Open Innovation project insidean OpenInnovation network, oftenan appropriate team or partners are required. The fame concept's implementation can be a source ...

Author: Joachim Hafkesbrink

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783844100020

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

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Medium and small sized enterprises are increasingly reliant on innovation to be successful. A new paradigm to exploit joint forces for creating innovative products and services is Open Innovation, in which companies open specific phases of their innovation process to collaboration with others in order to profit from novel ideas, or alternative external paths to market. Especially in the field of the digital economy, which is highly innovation-driven, successful examples of value-creating open partnerships can be found: customers, researchers or partners join the innovation process, and thus may complement a necessary competency portfolio that a single company may be unable to provide. Managing and facilitating Open Innovation processes does, however, require appropriate competencies and experiences. In that regard, support in terms of infrastructure and analytical frameworks can be very helpful and even necessary. This book includes theories, tools and support mechanisms that were presented at the International Symposium on Support for Open Innovation processes. Researchers and practitioners active in the field of Open Innovation describe their experiences and ideas in this area. The first part of the book elucidates several approaches to support the management of Open Innovation processes. Special attention is given to the topics of competence development and management, awareness and the reputation of Open Innovation community members, and the implementation of the Open Innovation paradigm in enterprises. Furthermore, social software based services to foster and facilitate the Open Innovation process are proposed. The second part of the book focuses on case studies in Open Innovation conducted within SMEs in the digital economy sector. Three case studies - on Web 2.0 learning, Open Source Innovation and Virtual Worlds platforms - are introduced and analysed with theoretical frameworks that are described in the first part of the book.

1.3.2 Innovation communities Opposing to the competitive setup in innovation contests, innovation communities build upon a collaborative generation of ... A list with more examples is accessible on

Author: Stefan H. Hallerstede

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783658025083

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 249

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​Innovations are a critical success factor for organizations to survive. Nowadays possibilities of information and communication technologies facilitate the use of IT-based tools for the integration of external innovators into the innovation process of organizations. These tools, like innovation communities, innovation contests, innovation toolkits, and innovation market places, are subsumed under the term open innovation platforms (OIPs). The skills required to design and manage OIPs differ significantly from those for a default website. Hence, typical lifecycle models cannot be applied. Stefan Hallerstede addresses this gap and develops a dedicated lifecycle management approach for OIPs. In doing so, information systems and open innovation literature are merged as well as the major players in the market are introduced. He builds on three in-depth cases of professional OIP lifecycle management, and compiles guidelines for managing each phase of an OIP’s lifecycle. Thereby, challenges in the lifecycle of OIPs are identified and mechanisms to overcome them are developed. Concluding, Stefan Hallerstede provides important insights for all, who are interested in, involved in, or designers and managers of open innovation platforms.
2013-05-13 By Stefan H. Hallerstede

factors for open innovation. Open innovation has gained in popularity for at least three reasons as (Barge-Gil, 2010): 1. It reflects the changes to work patterns in which professionals seek portfolio careers rather than a job-or-life, ...

Author: Christiansen, Bryan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466647503

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 588

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As technology continues to drive innovation and impact societies across multiple national boundaries and cultures, new approaches towards marketing products must be created and implemented to be successful in an era of hypercompetition. Transcultural Marketing for Incremental & Radical Innovation provides in depth discussion on tactics for improving existing products while inventing completely new products and product categories. This publication will prove to be helpful for scholars, practitioners, and university students who wish to better understand the importance of marketing products and services across different cultures and multiple languages.
2013-11-30 By Christiansen, Bryan

open innovation depth and breadth market and industry H2 level H1 internal R&D exp. and public support H3 new-to-marketinnovation Fig. 1 Conceptual model determinant of open innovation. Further, firms introducing new-to-market ...

Author: Albertina Dias

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319671017

Category: Science

Page: 335

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This book gathers a diverse range of novel research on modeling innovation policies for sustainable economic development, based on a selection of papers from a conference on modeling innovation systems and technologies (MIST). It aims at encouraging interdisciplinary and comparative approaches, bringing together researchers and professionals interested in sustainable economic, technological development and open innovation, as well as their dissemination and practical application. The respective contributions explore a variety of topics and cases, including regional innovation policy, the effects of open innovation on firms, innovation and sustainability in tourism, and the use of information and communication technologies. All chapters share a strong focus on new research and innovation methodologies, in keeping with the Experimentation and Application Research (EAR) and Open Innovation 2.0 principles.
2018-02-01 By Albertina Dias

However, higherregional per capita income decreases the probability of hightechnology firms utilizing themost open innovation strategy (column 2c). Thus, although growthindicates support,ifit growsto toohigh of a level itmay beabarrier ...

Author: Charlie Karlsson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136619519

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 352

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In the last four decades the developed economies have developed into veritable knowledge economies at the same time as more and more economies have entered the road to economic development. Typical for the developments during this time has been substantially increased investments in research and development (R&D) to generate new knowledge and new technologies and increased investments in diffusing existing knowledge by means of education and thereby raising the volume of human capital. However, many member states and regions within the EU are struggling with their economic development. This book explores the uneven patterns of development within the EU, discusses the relative effect of investments on innovation and productivity growth and looks at the mechanisms involved in economic development and policy.
2013-03-01 By Charlie Karlsson

To effectively benefit from open innovation, it is recommended the utilization of adequate risk models. Open innovation is essentially a collaborative strategy. There is a significant number of risk-like assessment approaches for ...

Author: Luis M. Camarinha-Matos

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319241418

Category: Computers

Page: 662

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th IFIP WG 5.5 Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, PRO-VE 2015, held in Albi, France, in October 2015. The 61 revised papers were carefully selected from 126 submissions. They provide a comprehensive overview of identified challenges and recent advances in various collaborative network (CN) domains and their applications, with a strong focus on the following areas: risks in collaborative networks; agility and resilience in collaborative networks; collaboration frameworks; logistics and transportation; innovation networks; governance in collaborative networks; collaborative communities; information and assets sharing; business processes; performance and optimization; and network formation.
2015-10-02 By Luis M. Camarinha-Matos