Tag Archives: patents

Looking at Closed versus Open Innovation

Is there any word more fundamental to the modern business lexicon than ‘innovation’? To say that it forms an important part of enterprise is probably an understatement. If we take renowned researcher John Seeley Brown’s definition, the very nature of doing business is an act of innovation: that is, innovation is invention — of any form—implemented and taken to market. ...

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10 Key IP Strategy for Innovative Companies to Maximize Business Value

In this post, I have consolidated the key principles foundational in my process of using IP Strategy to create and maximize business value in innovative organizations. (1) Rethink what patents should “protect”: If you are an innovator, the customer solution you provide is far more important than the product you are making. Full stop. This means that if you call a ...

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Using Tech Scouting Software to Source and Manage Technologies [video]

Discovery used to be relatively easy. But, over time it has become harder and harder to find the next great innovation. Wellspring for Technology Scouting software was developed to deliver a simpler and more efficient way to find and manage technologies. It streamlines the process by addressing the hidden costs of modern innovation. Wellspring for Technology Scouting from Wellspring on ...

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