Category Archives: Open Innovation

Four Innovation Ecosystem Building Blocks

GUEST POST from Greg Satell It’s hard to find anyone who wouldn’t agree that Microsoft’s 2001 antitrust case was a disaster for the company. Not only did it lose the case, but it wasted time, money and—perhaps most importantly—focus on … Continue reading

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Innovation Ecosystems and Information Rheology

GUEST POST from Arlen Meyers Rheology is the study of flow. There are many ways to measure flow. For example, Volume Flow is defined as the volume quantity that flows through a given section at a considered time interval. The … Continue reading

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Co-creating Future-fit Organizations

GUEST POST from Janet Sernack In our second blog in this series of three, we opened the door to a threshold for a new kind of co-creative, collaborative and cohesive team spirit that catalyzes change through “innovation evangelism”. Focusing on building both … Continue reading

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Scaling-up, the next frontier for innovation organization

Guest Post from Nicolas Bry How to transform innovative bottom-up initiatives into a movement spread across the company? How to scale your innovation program widely? Here are a few lessons learned from creating innovation programs in Europe, and tweaking them … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Autonomous Teaching Methods

An estimated 250 million children around the world cannot read, write, or demonstrate basic arithmetic skills. Many of these children are in developing countries without regular access to quality schools or teachers. While programs exist to build schools and train … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Help Overworked Entrepreneurs

Life for a busy entrepreneur regular working 60 hours a week can lead to a struggle with maintaining a healthy weight. You may find that you are eating out for convenience and getting to the gym very infrequently (if at … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Help Working Professionals

Today life in our college years feels somehow more manageable than the hectic pace of the working professional. Somehow it feels like it was easier then to eat reasonably well and to stay in good shape. Recent college graduates feel … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Help Middle-Age Guys (and Gals) Get Fit

Here is your chance to help every middle-aged guy (or gal) who’s struggling with the inevitable progression of age. What used to be easy isn’t anymore! Maybe you (or a friend) used to be a big runner and counted on … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Help Working Moms (and Dads)

Working Moms (and Dads) struggle to get a healthy meal on the table for their family every night during the week without resorting to fast food (or any other fast, but unhealthy alternatives). If you have an idea to help … Continue reading

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What is the Role of Personal Branding in Achieving Innovation Success?

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about personal branding, in part because I’m about to begin a new commissioned white paper and so I’ve been re-visiting my popular white paper for Innocentive – Harnessing the Global Talent Pool to Accelerate … Continue reading

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