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    The European Crowd Experts: Italy & Cypres

    June 7, 2016 | By:

    The second edition of Crowd Dialog Europe is coming up in September, where participants from all 28 European members countries will discuss the phenomenon of swarm-based innovation processes, alternative financing scenarios and future of work models for practical insights to potential new business fields as well as an international context on trends and its relation to praxis. In preparation for the event we sit down with two of the experts to discuss crowd-related business in Italy and Cypres.

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    Innovation that Matters: Tomorrow’s Winning Cities

    May 31, 2016 | By:

    Innovation that Matters examines and ranks 25 cities’ readiness to capitalize on the inevitable shift to a digital economy. It carves out critical trends every U.S. city leader can learn from and offers recommendations local leaders can adopt to strengthen their region’s digital competitiveness.

  • Challenges and Opportunities in a Converging World

    As New Entrants Stake Out Space in the Auto Sector, Patent Partnerships are the Industry’s Future

    May 20, 2016 | By:

    Automotive industry insiders admit to seeing potential new market entrants from Silicon Valley as a “competitive threat”, and say the only way to stay ahead of the game is through partnerships and collaborations between both the traditional auto players and other IP owners. These views, and many more, were expressed at IAM’s recent event on IP in the auto industry, which Auto Harvest co-hosted with World Trademark Review at the start of this month.

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    Themes and Trends from The Front End of Innovation Conference (Boston, 2016); And What They Mean for Your Business

    May 17, 2016 | By:

    I love a good quality innovation conference. There are plenty of crappy innovation events out there, but I have to say that this year’s Front End of Innovation conference in Boston (#FEI16, @FEI_innovation), provided a boat load of inspiration and occasional moments of delight. So I wanted to outline some of the key themes that I saw coming out of this year’s event.

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    Management Innovator Awards 2016

    May 10, 2016 | By:

    Why do the majority of organizations still apply management principles and practices invented 100 years ago? Moreover, the success stories of truly revolutionary companies that fit the requirements of a new era are not as acknowledged as they should be. We believe it’s high time to question outdated management dogma.

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    How Corporate Innovation Changed in 2015: A Look Back

    December 15, 2015 | By:

    There were several key (and generally welcome) themes that emerged within the 2015 innovation development space. These are, in part, driven by the increasing value that corporate and business leadership place on this (still relatively) new competency, the sophistication of practitioners in the field, and the results of seeing what works or fails. It is truly an exciting time to be in this field and to see these changes form across the industry.

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    The Changing Back End of Innovation: Notes from the 2015 BEI Conference

    November 6, 2015 | By:

    The 2015 Back End of Innovation (BEI) conference recently took place in San Jose, California, with 150+ leaders from a wide range of organizations. It was a busy few days, but as expected, there were robust conversations and some exceptional presentations.

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    Research Reveals Success Factors of Fast-Growing Startups

    September 18, 2015 | By:

    Experienced leadership, a concept designed for scalability and timing, is the most important factor influencing fast-growing startups, also known as scale-ups. Only 1 out of 200 startups become a scale-up valued over $10 million within 5 years. THNK and Deloitte conducted quantitative research to analyze the dynamics and characteristics of 400.000 startups.

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    International IMP³rove Award 2015: The Contest for the Global Championship in Innovation Management has Just Opened!

    August 4, 2015 | By:

    To mark the occasion of the contest opening for the International IMP³rove Award 2015 – the global championship in innovation management – IMP³rove Academy has interviewed Levent Alatli, General Manager of Koza Yönetim, the award winner of 2014.

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    IdeaScale Launches Partnership with InnovationManagement.se

    July 1, 2015 | By:

    San Francisco, CA July 1, 2015 – IdeaScale, the California-based innovation management solution, today announced an exclusive partnership with Innovationmanagement.se (IM), the world’s leading platform for cutting-edge innovation management content, best practices and online training programs. This announcement is part of IdeaScale’s and IM´s continued global expansion.

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    Taxis vs. Uber: A Perfect Example of Resistance to Change

    October 14, 2014 | By:

    In cities all over the world an ugly war is being fought by “traditional” taxi companies against a new form of competition from Uber and other ride-sharing services. This article points out three things traditional taxi companies have in common with businesses of the past.

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    Procter & Gamble Launches Open Innovation Website to Find Innovators For Most Pressing Needs

    February 22, 2013 | By:

    Procter & Gamble launched a new open innovation website as part of their Connect+Develop program to spur its open innovation efforts. The company focusses on strengthening areas to deliver more discontinuous, breakthrough innovations. The new website links directly to external innovators to P&G’s top company needs, accelerating innovation cycles.

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    Case: Open Innovation in the Biorefinery Industry

    December 7, 2012 | By:

    Last year I came in contact with the co-founder and advisor of the Biorrefiniria Brasil open innovation community, José Augusto T. R. Tomé. He started an interesting venture within the chemical sector, a venture focused on biorefinery. Read further to learn more about his vibrant innovation community and open innovation in general.

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    Engagement Is Key to Business Performance: Digital Innovation as Catalyst

    November 23, 2012 | By:

    Booz&Co wrote in their article “The Social Life of Brands” on Strategy+Business that the value of a brand is linked with the relationships it has with its customers, creating and retaining them. For marketing, its fundamental task is managing these relationships. In a recent research by Gallup the results were striking, a 240 percent boost in performance was achieved when both employees and customers were enaged. This is exactly, in a highly technological driven business environment, digital innovation is the catalyst that improves engagement and provide means to manage relationships better, faster and in a cheaper way though digital.

  • Philips Extends Its Open Innovation Efforts

    Philips Extends Its Open Innovation Efforts Through the “Innovation Open” Contest

    November 2, 2012 | By:

    Philips, the global electronics company, has quietly been practicing open innovation through its ongoing ‘SimplyInnovate’ platform. To get more product-specific ideas, Philips also launched the ‘Innovation Open’ contest earlier this month, according to Crowdsourcing.org. This contest is meant to complement Philips’ own extensive R&D activities.

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