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default Making Open Innovation Ecosystems Work - Case studies in healthcare Popular

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IBM report examines how organizations create value from external ideas and disseminate their internal innovations through external channels.

default Managing Open Innovation - Present Findings and Future Directions Popular

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Nine key researchers in the open innovation field were asked to define the frontier (from the UK, Denmark, France, Germany, Austria and the U.S.) in open innovation research.

default Managing open innovation in large firms Popular

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A survey report conducted by University of California, Berkeley, in the US and Fraunhofer Society in Germany about Open Innovation activities in large companies.

default Missing an Open Goal? UK public policy and open innovation Popular

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A report prepared by Big Innovation Center regarding UK public policy and Open Innovation.

default National and regional policies for Globalisation and Open Innovation Popular

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This report provides a brief snapshot of how S&T&I policies and the governance of research and innovation policy have been adapted in the face of increasing globalisation and in the context of open innovation.

pdf OI-Net Outcome Mapping Report from Athens University of Economics and Business - Research Centre Popular

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This report is part of the Outcome Mapping methodology developed in the framework of the OI-Net project. It contains the in-depth evaluation conducted in one of the pilot institution as well as recommendations for the dissemination of OI-Net among other European HEIs.

pdf Oi-Net Outcome Mapping Report from Fontys University of Applied Science Popular

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This report is part of the Outcome Mapping methodology developed in the framework of the OI-Net project. It contains the in-depth evaluation conducted in one of the pilot institution as well as recommendations for the dissemination of OI-Net among other European HEIs.

pdf OI-Net Outcome Mapping Report from Lappeenranta University of Technology Popular

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This report is part of the Outcome Mapping methodology developed in the framework of the OI-Net project. It contains the in-depth evaluation conducted in one of the pilot institution as well as recommendations for the dissemination of OI-Net among other European HEIs.

pdf Oi-Net Outcome Mapping Report from Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa Popular

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This report is part of the Outcome Mapping methodology developed in the framework of the OI-Net project. It contains the in-depth evaluation conducted in one of the pilot institution as well as recommendations for the dissemination of OI-Net among other European HEIs.

pdf Oi-Net Outcome Mapping Report from Technická univerzita v Kosiciach Popular

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This report is part of the Outcome Mapping methodology developed in the framework of the OI-Net project. It contains the in-depth evaluation conducted in one of the pilot institution as well as recommendations for the dissemination of OI-Net among other European HEIs.

default Open innovation 2.0: A New Paradigm Popular

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Report examines the latest developments in innovation.

default Open innovation and globalisation: Theory, evidence and implications Popular

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This report is based on the work conducted through the project ”Open innovation and globalization – theory, evidence and implications”, financed through Vision Eranet.

default Open Innovation and nanotechnology - an opportunity for traditional industries. Popular

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This paper focuses on assessing modes of R&D collaboration and technological lifecycles in the Finnish pulp and paper industry.

pdf Open Innovation and Public Policy in Europe_Report_2011 Popular

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Prof Dr. Henry ChesbroughESADE Business School, Haas School of Business - UC Berkeley
Prof Dr. Wim Vanhaverbeke, ESADE Business School – Spain, Hasselt University – Belgium, Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School
Tuba Bakici, ESADE Business School – Spain
Henry LopezLinkoping University, Sweden

Abstract
Integrated R&D laboratory systems of the 20th century are giving way to more vertically disintegrated networks of innovation that connect numerous companies into ecosystems. Since innovation policy ultimately rests on the activities and initiatives of the private sector, it is vital that policy follows this evolution.

default Open innovation by UK businesses Popular

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This report examines applications of Open Innovation methods in small companies, big companies and business services in UK. 

default Open Innovation Expands New Product Opportunities Popular

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This report outlines Forrester's vision of how product strategists can leverage open innovation within their organizations.

pdf Open innovation in Europe: effects, determinants and policy, 2011 Popular

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Bernd Ebersberger, Management Center Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria

Sverre J. Herstad, NIFU, Oslo, Norway

Eric Iversen (Coordinator), NIFU, Oslo, Norway

Eva Kirner, (previously) Fraunhofer ISI, Karlsruhe, Germany

Oliver Som, Fraunhofer ISI, Karlsruhe, Germany 

Abstract:

In the report we explore these aspects of open innovation practices. The point of departure is the current notion of open innovation and the subsequent attempts made at transforming this firm-level management concept into more global perspectives on innovation and growth. While contributing to a more nuanced theoretical conceptualisation of open innovation, our main contribution is the large-scale empirical analysis (130,000 firms from 22 European countries) of open innovation impacts and determinants which have been conducted based on the pan-European Community Innovation Survey. In light of this material, an extensive survey of current and relevant policy measures is provided. The overall aim of the conceptual, empirical, and policy components of the report is to promote the emergence of a new policy discussion in the area of open innovation. 

default Open innovation in global networks Popular

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This publication presents the findings of a recent OECD project on globalisation and open innovation, expanding upon work carried out by the OECD following a March 2005 OECD forum on the internationalisation of R&D.

default Open innovation in SMEs: How can small companies and start-ups benefit from open innovation strategies? Popular

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Prof. Dr. Wim Vanhaverbeke's research report regarding SMEs and Open Innovation. 

default Open Innovation in STEM learning Popular

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This report is the output from a research project supported by the Gatsby Foundation. It also involves case studies.

default Open innovation in the Food Industry: An Evidence Based Guide Popular

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This report is about providing guidance for using the links of companies in food industry to engage in open innovation alliances.

default Open innovation methodology and measurement: Part 1. Analysis of quantitative indicators Popular

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Report on Executive Activity 3: Development of indicators for Open Innovations

pdf Open Innovation Year Book 2013. Open Innovation 2.0 Popular

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By Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology

European Union, 2013

Abstract:

This yearbook Open Innovation 2013 (with the sub- theme ‘Open Innovation 2.0’) follows the series of Service Innovation yearbooks published in 2009–10 and Open Innovation 2012. The yearbooks have three complementary parts: (i) policy development; (ii) trends and weak signals in service innovation; and (iii) insight into cases and open innovation development in countries and regions. 

The first part of this yearbook describes the new innovation and research policy approach to the forthcoming Horizon 2020 framework, namely the mash-up and holistic approach, new innovation- supporting instruments such as open and disrup- tive innovation, SME instruments as well as more take-up-oriented innovation procurement-oriented instruments. 

The second part of this yearbook focuses strongly on open innovation ecosystems. The context of smart(er) cities is interlinked with open innovation both conceptually and through examples in real settings. The challenge is change and transforma- tion towards a smarter city, which is more participa- tive, inclusive and empowering, instead of an imagi- nary ideal future vision. 

pdf Open Innovation Year Book 2014 Popular

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By Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission

Abstract:

The 2014 edition of the Open Innovation 2.0 Year- book highlights new trends in innovation, delves deeper behind the buzzwords and tries to give a good overview of what actually is going on.

This edition of the yearbook is divided in three sections in order to be better accessible and com- prehensive. The first section is called Open Innov­ ation 2.0: The big picture, and is based on the White Paper from the Open Innovation 2.0 Confer- ence 2013, which was updated to correspond the current situation and trends. This paper together with the Dublin Innovation Declaration (bit.ly/ OI2DublinDeclaration) is a sound basis for modern innovation understanding and actions.

The second section, named The European setting, illustrates the European perspectives on innovation from institutional and ecosystem standpoint. The special topics in this section are touching the after- math of the financial crisis, and also youth engage- ment to innovation.

The third section is highlighting the best practises of open innovation in real world cases — Open Innovation 2.0 in a real­world setting. Here we talk about Open Ecosystems, Big Data, Youth Innov- ation, Smart Cities and two very special, but inter- esting, topics on Lawyers in Innovation as well as Drivers for Creativity Based on Humor! 

pdf Open Innovation Year Book 2015. Open Innovation 2.0 Popular

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By the European Commission, Directorate General for Cumminicaitons Networks, Content and Technology 

European Union 2015 

Abstract:

Welcome to the Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2015 edition. The yearbook supports the key issues on the table for 2015, also related to the Open Innova- tion 2.0 conference.

Themes range from European Innovation Ecosystems and their governance to several practical examples on how open innovation brings well-being forwards, both in terms of jobs and growth, but also in terms of quality of life.