Open Innovation

Is there a Model for Rapid Innovation?

Innovation is the result of constant knowledge exchanges between technology, the markets, an innovation team, as well as other departments of the firm. As the bigger you are, the more difficult it is to share active knowledge. How can we set-up a so-called “knowledge creating company” and speed up knowledge exchanges within big companies?

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Accelerate Innovation in Your Organization

Are you looking for a way to increase the innovation knowledge in your organization? Looking for a way to begin installing a common innovation language in your organization? Well then, why not do what some of the leading organizations around the world are doing, and go ahead and integrate some Innovation Excellence RSS feeds from the more than 4,000 articles into your corporate portal, innovation management system, or open innovation community.

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Collaborative Innovation Merging in Central Europe

This year, a very interesting trend in collaborative innovation can be observed in Central Europe: The once distinct concepts of “Enterprise 2.0” and “Open Innovation” are merging. Firms are taking a holistic view on collaborative innovation and put the question about whether collaborative innovation should happen primarily within the firm’s walls or with externals out of the focus.

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The Crowdfunding Conundrum

The House of Representatives recently voted in favor 407-17 of legislation that would allow non-accredited investors to make equity investments in privately held, small startup companies. Is this a boon for startup liquidity or might it introduce unforeseen complications?

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