A guide to open innovation and crowdsourcing : practical tips advice and examples from leading experts in the field /

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Other Authors: Sloane, Paul, 1950-
Format: eBook
Published: London ; Philadelphia : Kogan Page, ©2011.
Edition:1st ed.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • The Trend to open innovation / Paul Sloane
  • What is open innovation? / Julian Keith Loren
  • What is crowdsourcing? / Renee Hopkins
  • Open innovation typology / Jeffrey Phillips
  • The Importance of a strategic approach to open innovation / Braden Kelley
  • Start at the end / David Simoes-Brown and Roland Harwood
  • Institutionalizing open innovation / Steven Goers PhD
  • The Strategic context for open innovation / Andrew Gaule
  • Leadership issues and challenges in the OI world / Matthew Heim
  • Motivating the crowd to participate in your innovation initiative / Hutch Carpenter
  • How LG Electronics is transforming itself into an innovation company / Christopher J. Ryu
  • Bridging open innovation gaps / Andrea Meyer and Dana Meyer
  • Soft skills for open innovation success / Gail Martino and John Bartolone
  • Open innovation with customers: co-creation at Threadless / Frank Piller
  • Introducing open innovation at intuit / Jan Bosch and Petra M. Bosch-Sijtsema
  • Problem description in open problem solving: how to overcome cognitive and psychological roadblocks / Klaus-Peter Speidel
  • Building the culture for open innovation and crowdsourcing / Cathryn Hrudicka, Gwen Ishmael and Boris Pluskowski
  • Overcoming resistance to OI / Todd Boone
  • Managing legal and IP issues / Denys Resnik
  • Fast, open and global
  • The future of innovation / Stefan Lindegaard
  • The power of open collaboration in connecting people / Pekka Pohjakallio and Pia Erkinheimo
  • Common mistakes and stress points / Andrew Gaule
  • Attracting open innovation partners
  • portals, publicity and people / Kevin McFathing
  • Multistep dynamic expert sourcing: a novel approach for open innovation platforms / Albert Meige and Boris Golden
  • The acceleration of innovation / Clinton Bonner
  • Envisioning the future of innovation / Stephen Shapiro.