A lot has been written about open innovation and crowdsourcing in the past decade, but only since a few years companies (especially B2C) have really begun to bring open innovation into practice. Today the trend towards opening up the front end of innovation is undeniable, and it is encouraging companies to start thinking about different kinds of external involvement in their innovation processes.
An all-purpose solution is never the answer to your innovation challenge. Creativity initiatives come in all different sizes--and so should the tools we apply to achieve them. Be wary of innovation techniques or frameworks that claim to solve everyth...
Three years ago, Congress changed American patent law from a “first to discover” to a “first to file” system. Now, without waiting for these changes to be fully absorbed, some members of Congress are proposing additional changes that would impair the culture of innovation that makes America the place where someone is always trying to build a better mousetrap.
Intel's latest results should provide some clues to the health of the PC market. Lately the signs haven't been good. But at the Intel Developer Forum in Shenzhen, Intel insisted there's still plenty of life left in the PC.
As we’ve reported here previously at Big Think, asking the right questions can be powerful. As leadership expert Daniel Pink explained in our video interview, managers and executives must know which questions to ask if they want to influence others.
Quels sont les comportements à adopter pour favoriser l'innovation ? Comment limiter les freins ? Anne Trinh, directrice associée chez carewan, décrypte, lors d'une conférence, les points essentiels pour développer l'innovation au sein de vos équipes.
The implications of intellectual property in 3D printing have been outlined in two documents created for the UK government by Bournemouth University's Dinusha Mendis and Davide Secchi, and Phil Reeves of Econolyst Ltd.
A system for turning poop into drinkable water; a ride-sharing program for commercial space cargo; a beam-steering satellite antenna the size of a laptop; technology that can charge devices wirelessly from 40 feet away; and an in-car navigation system that tells you when it’s better to take the bus.
How’s that for innovation? Those are the five finalists for “Innovation of the Year” in the 2015 GeekWire Awards, and now it’s your chance to determine the winner.
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