Categories: Open innovation

Crowdsourcing and open source: where we are now

Posted by: Helen Walters on April 01

We just published a collection of articles on the state of play within open source design and innovation. It's an interesting bunch of pieces, with op eds from the likes...

Introducing the Open Innovation 100

Posted by: Helen Walters on December 30

A recent post entitled "Is Open Innovation Over?" attracted a fair bit of attention on this blog. My colleague Michael Arndt, reporting from the Open Innovation Summit in Florida, chatted...

Is Open Innovation Over?

Posted by: Michael Arndt on December 09

Just as many of the world's biggest companies are embracing open innovation, along comes James Todhunter, chief technology officer of software provider Invention Machine, to say it's becoming yesterday's idea....

Open Innovation's Secret: It Takes a Crisis

Posted by: Michael Arndt on December 03

As I was chairing the first day of the Open Innovation Summit today, I was struck by something that many speakers acknowledged: Their companies converted to open innovation—relying on outsiders...

Google graduates 'Tasks' from Gmail Labs, launches Calendar Labs, opens innovation pipeline

Posted by: Helen Walters on July 14

Google's way of doing business been under real scrutiny of late. The Journal recently ran a piece on the company's organizational revamp, intended to try to stop losing good people...

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