Post Tagged with: "Open Innovation"

Open by Default 2012 @ DTU

Last Thursday, alongside Mikael Elbæk and Ivo Grigorov, I co-organised  the first “Open by Default” event at DTU. The event was a great experience where we shared with a group of PhDs the ins and outs of openness in academia (and science in general). Some of the things we talked about included: […]

Technology and Knowledge Transfer Under the Open Innovation Paradigm

This work explores the issues and possibilities that technology and knowledge transfer faces under the open innovation paradigm. As a result of the research, some traditional models have been updated to consider relevant academic and technical developments from the last 10 years.

NESTA’s Innovation Hub

This paper presents a description and analysis of the publicly visible networks of the UK National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (NESTA). A set of specific theories pertaining to the field of innovation in networks and advance network visualization tools, is used to help in the understanding of how NESTA has transformed itself into one of the most important British Innovation Hubs.

The Power of Open in Science

This is a presentation I gave in the Chevening Forum 2010 about the power of open in science. It was structured as a call for action to scientists and researchers in general, to promote collaboration, open data and a new way of understanding the creation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge.

The Mobile Telephone as an Innovation Network

Abstract: From its early beginnings in a 1908 U.S. Patent, the mobile telephone has reshaped human communications and provided rich new platforms for innovation, which go way beyond classic synchronous audio communication. This paper explores the role of the mobile telephone as an innovation network, its challenges and future opportunities. […]

Procter & Gamble’s Connect and Develop

Connect and Develop, P&G’s big stake in open innovation Abstract: This report explores P&G’s “Connect and Develop” open innovation initiative. Its focus is to analyse this innovation strategy in the context of the formal academic theory, other P&G’s programmes and the company situation. Its objective is to understand the impacts, […]

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