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Japan to open first hotel entirely operated by robots

Japan to open first hotel entirely operated by robots | Open innovation | Scoop.it
No need to tip the staff at this hotel. Japan will open the first hotel that is entirely staffed by androids this summer.
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7 Ways Collaboration Solves Problems With Product Delivery

7 Ways Collaboration Solves Problems With Product Delivery | Open innovation | Scoop.it
Product delivery is often hampered by a breakdown in communication between teams. Here's seven ways you can avoid that.
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Culture of open innovation

Culture of open innovation | Open innovation | Scoop.it
RT @mrsihill: How important is a culture of open innovation for a company?http://t.co/Mxs3eNwAMh #openinnovation #business #companyculture
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For “connected health,” stage is set for global collaborations

For “connected health,” stage is set for global collaborations | Open innovation | Scoop.it
Healthcare innovators from industry, academia and government are taking advantage of new opportunities in Europe, the US and China
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#mhealth : Doctor-patient video visits to triple to 16 million next year

#mhealth : Doctor-patient video visits to triple to 16 million next year | Open innovation | Scoop.it

According to research firm Parks Associates the number of doctor-patient video consultations in the US will almost triple over the next year.

“The number of doctor-patient video consultations will nearly triple from this year to the next, from 5.7 million in 2014 to over 16 million in 2015, and will exceed 130 million in 2018,” Harry Wang, Director, Health & Mobile Product Research, Parks Associates said in a recent statement.

The firm has also teased a number of other digital health metrics in recent weeks.

Parks said that 42 percent of households in the US with broadband services had used at least one online service offered to them by their physicians. The most commonly offered and used service was requesting a prescription refill online, according to the firm.

Nearly 30 percent of these US broadband households also own and use at least one connected health device, according to Parks. 

Parks also predicted recently that the number of connected digital trackers sold worldwide would double again in 2014 — and top 22 million. The number sold in 2012 was 6.6 million by Parks’ count and 13.6 million last year.

“Connected trackers will account for 52 percent of all digital fitness tracker unit sales in 2014 and reach 81 percent by 2018 (66 million units),” Wang said in a statement. “Smart watches are another wearables category poised for tremendous growth, with sales of almost 18 million units worldwide in 2014 and 121 million in 2018. These connected devices open new avenues for new fitness apps, health solutions, and data analytics.”

Only 2 percent of US broadband households had bought a smartwatch in 2013 and another 4 percent are likely to buy one over the course of the next 12 months, Parks predicted based on a survey of 10,000 such households in the US during the first quarter of 2014. Within that small group of buyers, 20 percent bought their smartwatch right from its maker, 18 percent from Amazon, and 17 percent from Best Buy. Almost half of those with smartwatches had received it as a gift.

 


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"The most commonly offered and used service was requesting a prescription refill online, according to the firm."

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Disruptive innovation through collaboration | Forum for the Future

Disruptive innovation through collaboration | Forum for the Future | Open innovation | Scoop.it
At Forum for the Future we're passionate about disruptive innovation as the key to really shaking up the system and enabling positive change. That's why we're working with circular economy pioneer, Novelis Inc, to help them ...
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Can You Crowdsource a Big Idea?

Can You Crowdsource a Big Idea? | Open innovation | Scoop.it
A recent experiment from HBS.(RT @thulme: What we learnt from the first challenge on the HBS open innovation platform: http://t.co/bgvWtHJMaH by me, @TuckerMattR, @klakh…)...
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5 Examples of Companies Innovating with Crowdsourcing

5 Examples of Companies Innovating with Crowdsourcing | Open innovation | Scoop.it

"The rapid exchange of data needed to maintain competitiveness demands access to multiple, fluid sources of information.  Crowdsourcing helps this happen."

        

Excerpts, 3 examples:
    

Anheuser-Busch (AB)– The world’s leading brewer, ...sought customer input to develop a brand more attuned to craft-beer tastes. Development of Black Crown, a golden amber lager, combined a competition between company-brewmasters with consumer suggestions and tastings; this project had more than 25,000 consumer-collaborators.

 

Coca-Cola– Coke now uses a more open business model, assuming an increasingly prominent position in corporate crowdsourcing. Its open-sourced “Shaping a Better Future” challenge asks entrepreneurs to create improvement-ventures for the project-hubs of youth employment, education, environment and health.

ucts more effectively, once again tying social media to co-creation.  

 

Unilever– Despite its globally-recognized and respected research staff and facilities, Unilever understands the value of collaboration with innovative partners from outside the firm. It seeks external contributions from anyone with useful input into such diverse project challenges as storing renewable energy, fighting viruses, reducing the quantity of sodium in food, creating cleaning-products that pollute less.

 

Click the title to see the full list of 5.

 

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 20, 2014 4:42 PM

Here are some current, corporate examples of crowdsourcing, which is also finding its way to government and non-profits as well.   Some say that anything corporate, or having top-down management of the project or guidance from an external organisation for solely commercial constructs is not crowdsourcing.

Regardless, now that complex, adaptive systems has arrived as a part of the conversation, along with terms like  M4IS2  (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making)  - crowdsourcing will have a chance to prove if it is a sign of our times, including concepts of creative destruction and reinvention. ~ D

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 26, 2014 3:12 PM

Here are some current, corporate examples of crowdsourcing, which is also finding its way to government and non-profits as well.   Some say that anything corporate, or having top-down management of the project or guidance from an external organisation for solely commercial constructs is not crowdsourcing.

Regardless, now that complex, adaptive systems has arrived as a part of the conversation, along with terms like  M4IS2  (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making)  - crowdsourcing will have a chance to prove if it is a sign of our times, including concepts of creative destruction and reinvention. ~ D

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Expand Your Collaboration 'Footprint' - InformationWeek

Expand Your Collaboration 'Footprint' - InformationWeek | Open innovation | Scoop.it
Expand Your Collaboration 'Footprint'
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Just as your carbon footprint assesses how much carbon dioxide you produce, maybe we need a collaboration footprint to determine how successful we are at working out loud.
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Et si le tracking des clients en magasin devenait une norme ?

Et si le tracking des clients en magasin devenait une norme ? | Open innovation | Scoop.it
Saviez-vous que votre smartphone, allumé, peut-être détecté par un magasin qui pourra alors suivre vos moindres faits et gestes ? Grâce au tracking, un magasin peut savoir combien de temps les clients passent dans le point de vente, combien sont allés au second niveau, quelles zones sont les plus fréquentées, etc. Comment ça marche ? Grâce à ...

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How millions of Indians on the internet can fix everything from the dirty ... - Quartz

How millions of Indians on the internet can fix everything from the dirty ... - Quartz | Open innovation | Scoop.it
What is crowdsourcing and why does it matter to India?
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Open Innovation: Why we’re taking down the walls and letting the world inside

Open Innovation: Why we’re taking down the walls and letting the world inside | Open innovation | Scoop.it
RT @VisaEuropeNews: Jonathan Vaux on Open #Innovation: Taking down the walls, letting the world in http://t.co/Lgg89Fyzi7
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To survive, companies need to stop hiding behind their walls

To survive, companies need to stop hiding behind their walls | Open innovation | Scoop.it
Companies need to respond faster and more flexibly to a changing environment. They cannot do this alone.
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#mhealth : Apple is assembling a dream team of wearables and Health experts

#mhealth : Apple is assembling a dream team of wearables and Health experts | Open innovation | Scoop.it

The above list of 17 hires collected by Morgan Stanley shows 9 positions related specifically to wearable or medical health fields. This obviously isn’t all of the hires Apple has made in recent months, but it paints a good picture of what Apple is interested in.

 

Two key hires Apple made from Nike include Jay Blahnik and Ben Shaffer. Both men were key in the making of the FuelBand. It’s curious that Nike has ceased future development of the FuelBand with Apple’s wearable rumored to see the light of day in October.

 

Just look at all the medical researchers Apple has brought on. Everything from sleep to blood research is being worked on, which will all be trackable in Apple’s new Health app in iOS.

 

It’s widely believed that the sensor-laden iWatch (or whatever it’s called) will focus heavily on health and work closely with the HealthKit API to help keep track of important vitals.


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el  iWatch-sensor cargado  (o como se llame) se centrará en gran medida de la salud

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Comment l'iWatch pourrait bouleverser les nouvelles technologies

Comment l'iWatch pourrait bouleverser les nouvelles technologies | Open innovation | Scoop.it
TECHNO - Le marché qui s'ouvre nécessitera des compétences nouvelles. Elles consisteront à concevoir, prototyper et industrialiser des dispositifs connectés intégrés à l'écosystème...

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THE BOOMING OPEN INNOVATION PLATFORMS - WE-Open Innovation

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Open Innovation platforms experience a constant growth as testified by the twofold increase of the number of challenges published every year.
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Open Innovation in Financial Services | Study | Blue Paper

Learn more about the impact of social media on banks and the financial services sector (Estudo do GFT mostrou que Open Innovation é a metodologia-chave para o setor financeiro http://t.co/szObanJoEL...
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Chiffres et santé : la vague du “quantified self” | Belgium-iPhone

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"Co-creation" and "Experience Co-Creation" in Health Care

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Co-Creation and Experience Co-Creation are two terms which appear usually as puzzling to those who learn about it for the first time. They often think it is ...


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New: Best Online Collaboration Tools - 370+ Tools Organized and Ranked By Category

New: Best Online Collaboration Tools - 370+ Tools Organized and Ranked By Category | Open innovation | Scoop.it

Software tools, web apps and services for online collaboration


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If you are looking for a bird's eye view on what alternative collaboration tools are now available for different kind of projects and purposes, I do have what you are looking for.


The new Best Online Collaboration Tools 2014 directory is now public. It contains over 370 collaboration tools organized in over 25 different categories ranging from video-conferencing to screen-sharing, collaborative reviewing and many more.


The tools listed have all been checked and verified and represent my own personal census on what is available today for each one of the categories listed. There is no attempt (yet) to provide individual evaluations or recommendations, though I have tried to subjectively rank tools in each category according to their value and importance.



The directory is updated weekly.

New suggestions, comments and request for revisions and changes are highly welcome.


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Previous editions:


Best Online Collaboration Tools 2013 (250+ tools)
 Best Online Collaboration Tools 2008 - 2012 (277 tools)





Alex's curator insight, August 1, 10:45 PM
Wow! That's a whole lotta tools.....