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Innovation Labs: open innovation, outside and inside the corporation (4/4)

Innovation labs or rapid innovation centers are developing at fast pace. Hereafter, we prolongate the previous review of Innovation Labs, with an industry point of view. Each archetype can inspire the managers in charge of creating an innovation lab, and arm them to compose their own recipe for success. 4 types of Innovation Labs from an industry perspective Sharing the point ...

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Innovation Labs: rapid innovation (3/4)

Did you miss Part One or Part Two? Innovation labs or rapid innovation centers are developing at fast pace. Hereafter, we prolongate the previous review of Innovation Labs, with an industry point of view. Each archetype can inspire the managers in charge of creating an innovation lab, and arm them to compose their own recipe for success. 4 type of Innovation ...

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Innovation Labs: disruption, and new business models (2/4)

Click here to read Part One Innovation labs or rapid innovation centers are developing at fast pace. Hereafter, we prolongate the previous review of Innovation Labs, with an industry point of view. Each archetype can inspire the managers in charge of creating an innovation lab, and arm them to compose their own recipe for success. 4 type of Innovation Labs from ...

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Innovation Labs: compose your recipe for success (1/4)

Innovation labs or rapid innovation centers are developing at fast pace. Just last week I was discussing about the set-up of an innovation lab in one African country where Orange operates. It often comes to the following 4 questions: What is the aim of the lab, and how will it operate? How to on-board and communicate? How to select the ...

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How to Create a Culture to Capitalize on Innovation

Creating a Commercialization Culture A presentation by Jay Morgan, VP Global Innovation Bayer Consumer Care given at the back end of Innovation Conference, October, 2015. Jay Morgan shared his story of how Merck Consumer Care (now Bayer Consumer Care) began its innovation journey. The story takes place in Memphis, TN. It begins in 2011. It began with struggle and a ...

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How to Innovate with the Crowd

How to Innovate with the Crowd

Emilie Ruiz is a researcher at IREGE, University Savoie Mont Blanc, France. Hereafter she shares some key lessons on how corporations can set-up a crowdinnovation platform, and maximize its benefits, streamlining the adoption of the platform externally and internally through key success factors. Moreover she identifies when the adoption factors matter along the process. Imagine with Orange was lucky to be ...

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