Get Engaged in Next Generation Innovation – What do I need to get started?

How do you prepare to overcome the implementation barriers in an open innovation environment? What types of issues need to be considered? How can you prevent fear of violated IPR issues becoming show-stoppers in your open innovation process? And how can common pitfalls be avoided? These are some of the challenges covered in this IM Channel One webinar.

Induct shared important findings from their last three years of studies and research projects from innovation practice:

  • How do you prepare to overcome the implementation barriers in an open innovation environment?
  • What types of issues need to be considered?
  • How to prevent fear of violated IPR issues becoming show-stoppers in your open innovation process?
  • How can common pitfalls be avoided?

 

About Induct and the Theoretical framework

InductInduct has been inspired by research from leading authorities and well as leading companies’ innovation practice through several years. Induct’s theoretical framework is very much inspired by professor Henry Chesbrough who is heading the Induct Academic Advisory Board, where his ideas are put into practice. Induct has studied innovation practice in more than 250 organizations. The results and key findings have been transformed into a substantial knowledge base made available thought the Induct Academy™ and Induct Innovation Community™. In addition to sharing knowledge with clients and partners, Induct also participate in several research projects, and as experts in the European Standardization Committee for innovation management system. For more information see www.inductsoftware.com.

  • Karin

    Hi Kenny and David, here are some questions from todays session that we didn´t have time to adress:
    1. How can we introduce with effectiveness open
    innovation in industrial sectors very traditional and less innovative as for
    istance the constructions’ sector?
    2. I have the same question too. I’m wondering how we can
    persuade  politicians & the public sector to be open to our ideas?3. Would you recomend a centralized or decentralized ogranisation for innovation initiatives?

  • David Burns

    Hi to all the Webcast participants.  Kenny and I are looking forward to answering your questions and engaging in a dialogue.  Thanks for spending time with us this morning.  David

  • Kenny

    What about less innovative sectors? If the challenge or problem is important enough, and you are not a criminal, innovation needs to happen. There might be some charactistics which might be challenging, for instance: Is there a culture for involving employees or subcontractors?  Is there a general fear of openness, due to traditional negotiation/procurement procedures? Does some actors prefer crime/corruption/fraud instead of innovation? Is there a myth that innovation is mostly product development or research? Anyway, I think we need to find out: Do we have an urgent problem/challenge? What are our options? Who would we involve to solve it?  And then: Lets get started

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