About the dispute between Open and User Innovation
(Matching tags: User Innovation,von Hippel,Chesbrough,Academic,Open Innovation)
If you are working or researching in the area of innovation, you will propably know Eric von Hippel (MIT, Sloan School of Management) and Henry Chesbrough (UC Berkeley). Both represent a stream in innovation ...
First results from the open innovation study
(Matching tags: Study,Open Innovation Adoption,Academic,Open Innovation)
Dear Readers, It has been a while after my last blogpost here. But to my excuse: I was busy analyzing data and writing papers. So, today I’m able to present first results from the open ...
Retrospect: The seventh user and open innovation workshop
(Matching tags: Eric von Hippel,Workshop,User Innovation,Academic,Open Innovation)
There were 110 registered for the workshop, and I assume that there were around 95 really present at the workshop (at least one of the three days). The participation list was impressive and the most important ...
E-Novation: Empirical study on the use of web-based tools for open innovation
(Matching tags: E-Novation,Empirical,Open Innovation,web-based,Studies,Open Innovation Adoption)
The term E-Novation was created by the research team of enovationmatters.com, which consists of Ehsan Ehsani, Hazhir Rahmandad, Robert Shelton and also Frank Piller. They recently published some results ...
Is Open Innovation hyped by blogs or social media?
(Matching tags: Open Innovation,Hype,social media)
Dear readers, i'm sorry for my absence in the last six weeks. I was working on several projects and especially data collection for my open innovation research project kept me busy 24x7. Anyway, today ...
What is the need for open innovation?
(Matching tags: Open Innovation Adoption,Open Innovation,Need,Empirical,Evaluation,Research question)
I'm researching the open innovation paradigm from a firm-perspective since more than one year. The first thing I focused on is the empirical evaluation of the open innovation paradigm, in other words: ...
Is the Open Innovation trend exaggerated?
(Matching tags: Open Innovation,Chesbrough,Definition,Closed innovation)
In a recent blogpost, Nico Macdonald emphazies that Chesbrough is painting a black and white picture, by contrasting the old, closed innovation model with the new, open innovation model. He uses some ...
Is Open Innovation a hype?
(Matching tags: Threat,Hype,Open Innovation)
Recently, Stefan Lindegaard blogged about "why open innovation is not just a hype". I would like to extend his argumentation a bit further: Henry Chesbrough created the term open innovation in 2003. Now ...
A closed innovation initiative
(Matching tags: Closed innovation,Open Innovation,Chesbrough,von Hippel,Community)
... development challenges across industries". But inofficial it is a direct way for companies to communicate with a top researcher in Berkely and the leader on the topic of open innovation. ...
Open Innovation: Lack of empirical data
(Matching tags: Studies,Research,Academic,Open Innovation,Empirical)
Current open innovation research has focused on a few selected cases and some empirical evidences, mostly in the USA. We already know the examples of Procter & Gamble, InnoCentive, Xerox PARC, IBM, Dow ...
Is it really Open Innovation?
(Matching tags: Open Innovation,Definition,Measurement,Evaluation,Indicator)
Since creation of the term "open innovation" by Chesbrough in 2003, it got incredibly hyped. Presumably, this happend because the term "open innovation" summarized a set of socio-political and economic ...
Defining Open Innovation
(Matching tags: Definition,Open Innovation)
As this website focuses on Open Innovation, at first I should clarify my definition of open innovation. A major part of the theoretical foundation of the open innovation paradigm was provided by Henry ...