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Open Innovation Results by Henry Chesbrough

Title Open Innovation Results
Author Henry Chesbrough
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release 2019-12-04
Category TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0198841906
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

To get real results from innovation, businesses must open up their innovation process and finish more of what they start. This book offers the latest theory and evidence from innovation processes, and discusses how they can, and must, connect to the organization as a whole in order to have real long-term value.

Open Innovation Results by Henry William Chesbrough

Title Open Innovation Results
Author Henry William Chesbrough
Publisher
Release 2019
Category Diffusion of innovations
Total Pages
ISBN 9780191878008
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

To get real results from innovation, businesses must open up their innovation process and finish more of what they start. This text offers the latest theory and evidence from innovation processes, and discusses how they can, and must, connect to the organisation as a whole in order to have real long-term value.

Managing Open Innovation Technologies by Jenny S. Z. Eriksson Lundström

Title Managing Open Innovation Technologies
Author Jenny S. Z. Eriksson Lundström
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2014-07-08
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 300
ISBN 3642316506
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Open innovation increases the profit of companies and organizations via the input and the adoption of new ideas that are transformed into new processes, products, and services. Yet, how do we ensure that adopters of such innovations focus on relevant problems and use appropriate methods? How should we manage open innovation technologies? How can we exploit distributed knowledge and inventions? And how can we promote them successfully on the market? With valuable lessons to be learned from academic research and industrial experiences of e.g. Intel, Nokia, Philips Healthcare, small municipalities, e-learning platforms and user communities, this book focuses on some of the key dimensions of open innovation and open innovation technologies. It is divided into three themes: theme 1 deals with open innovation as it is in use today, including theoretical underpinnings and lessons from related research fields. Theme 2 analyzes the use of open innovation in organizations today in order to extract best practices. Theme 3 presents forward-looking theoretical research as well as practical future uses of open innovation. Each chapter addresses the particular topics by presenting experiences and results gained in real life projects and/or by empirical research, and clearly states its purpose and how readers are supposed to benefit from it. Overall, the objectives of this book are to advance and disseminate research on systematic open innovation, and to make its results available to practitioners. Thus, the intended target audience includes the international academic community, industrial enterprises, and public authorities.

Title An empirical investigation on the relationship between open innovation and innovation performance
Author
Publisher Cuvillier Verlag
Release 2012-09-17
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 110
ISBN 3736942222
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Open innovation as a multilateral form of cooperation has become a growing trend across industries, as companies are increasingly searching for new innovation opportunities in their external environment. The aim of this thesis was to analyze whether companies that emphasize open innovation can positively influence their innovation performance and which open innovation activities contribute the most. The study distinguished between the core processes of open innovation. R&D cooperation with different stakeholders was analyzed by regarding the outside-in process, and additional commercialization channels for internal knowledge were analyzed by examining the inside-out process. The study included firms’ internal perspective, which encompasses internal teamwork and the corporate innovation culture. Web 2.0 and social networking technologies were also considered, as their use has steadily increased in recent years.

Title Perspectives on Supplier Innovation
Author Alexander Brem
Publisher World Scientific
Release 2012-07-25
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 712
ISBN 1908977035
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hardly anybody outside a company knows its products and processes better than its suppliers. Research confirms that intensive integration of suppliers in the value creation process positively influences the success of the company, particularly in highly competitive industries. This is a result of the progressing reduction in the depth of value creation of manufacturers and the increasing transfer of know-how towards suppliers. In multilevel business-to-business relationships, suppliers often have the best or the only access and comprehensive knowledge about the end users. Therefore, suppliers determine the scope of possible innovations, which most companies do not actively use. This unique volume provides a comprehensive overview of theories, concepts and especially empirical results on open innovation and the integration of suppliers. For this, authors from all over the world present their latest research results offering fascinating insights into collaborative approaches with suppliers. Contents:Introduction (Alexander Brem and Joe Tidd)Theories and Concepts:Advancing a Typology of Open Innovation (Peter Gianiodis, Scott C Ellis and Enrico Secchi)Open Innovation and the Integration of Suppliers — Literature Review and Discussion on Supplier Innovation (Alexander Brem and Gerd Schuster)Managing Open Innovation in New Product Development Projects: A Contingent Perspective (Hanna Bahemia and Brian Squire)Collaborative Product Development for Competing Suppliers (S Sinan Erzurumlu)Empirical Findings Based on Quantitative Research:Supplier Innovativeness and Supplier Pricing: The Role of Preferred-Customer Status (Holger Schiele, Jasper Veldman and Lisa Hüttinger)The Effect of Trade Policy Regimes on Firms' Learning From Suppliers How to Innovate (Jahan Ara Peerally and John Cantwell)The Relation Between Internal and External Open Innovation: A Study of Firms Located in the Goomi and Banwol-Sihwa Clusters in South Korea (Joseph Yun Jin-Hyo and Avvari V Mohan)Collaborative Approach Within the Open Innovation Framework: Russian Companies (Daria Podmetina, Maria Smirnova, Juha Väätänen and Marko Torkkeli)Rigidities Considered: Supplier Strategies for Integrated Innovation (Thorsten Teichert and Ricarda B Bouncken)Supplier Involvement in Customer New Product Development: New Insights From the Supplier's Perspective (Irina Tiemann, Nathalie Sick and Jens Leker)Insights From Case Study Research:Knowledge and Intellectual Property Management in Customer–Supplier Relations (Jaakko Paasi, Tuija Rantala, Katri Valkokari and Nari Lee)Procurement Procedures for Supplier Integration and Open Innovation in Process Development Projects (Per Erik Eriksson and David Rönnberg Sjödin)Organising Innovation Processes With Suppliers (Tina B Aune and Espen Gressetvold)Managing the Fuzzy Front End: Intra-Firm Versus Inter-Firm Networks (Jacob Høj Jørgensen, Erik Stavnsager Rasmussen, René Chester Goduscheit Bergenholtz and Carsten Bergenholtz)How New Product Development Service Suppliers Exchange Knowledge in Open Innovation Processes (Gabriele Colombo, Claudio Dell'Era and Federico Frattini)Managing Offshore Development: A Cultural Perspective (Petra Edoff, Christer Norström and Ylva Wretås)Wearing Different Hats: How Absorptive Capacity Differs in Open Innovation (Lance Newey)Generativity in Open Innovation Ecosystems: The iPhone and Android (Björn Remneland-Wikhamn, Jan Ljungberg, Magnus Bergquist and Jonas Kuschel)Crossing Horizons: Leveraging a Cross-Industry Innovation Search in the Front-End of the Innovation Process (Sabine Brunswicker and Ulrich Hutschek)Summary and Future Directions (Joe Tidd and Alexander Brem) Readership: Students and researchers who are interested in technology and innovation management. Keywords:Technology Management;Innovation Management;Innovation Process;Open Innovation;Supplier;Supply ChainKey Features:Includes latest research from leading academics in the fieldDiscusses all relevant aspects of supplier innovationProvides international approach with contribution from all over the worldReviews: “The diversity of topics and research approaches used in the papers is a key strength of the book. In most cases the methodology is well discussed to allow the researcher to replicate the research process…” Gregory J Bush Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing, 2014

Managing Open Innovation in Large Firms by Henry William Chesbrough

Title Managing Open Innovation in Large Firms
Author Henry William Chesbrough
Publisher Fraunhofer Verlag
Release 2013
Category
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9783839605745
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Open innovation has become a widely discussed phenomenon in both the US and in Europe in the ten years that have passed since the publication of Henry Chesbrough's book "Open Innovation" in 2003. There are many examples of individual companies that have adopted open innovation. But more systematic evidence of the extent to which open innovation has been adopted is surprisingly scarce. The Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation at the University of California, Berkeley, in the US and the Fraunhofer Society in Germany have teamed up to conduct the first large sample survey of open innovation adoption among large firms that we know of. Surveying large firms in both Europe and in the US with annual sales in excess of $250 million, this survey report presents many important facts that show to which extent and how large firms are now practicing open innovation. Overall, the survey results paint a picture in which open innovation is on the rise. While firms are somewhat satisfied overall with their open innovation experience (and their satisfaction increases with more experience), there is plenty of room for improvement. For example, inbound practices are more commonly utilized than outbound practices. Individual practices are not rated all that highly in their effectiveness and individual metrics are not rated very highly either. Results indicate that firms are still early in their use and understanding of open innovation.

Title Open Innovation Research Management and Practice
Author Joe Tidd
Publisher World Scientific
Release 2013-10-24
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 456
ISBN 1783262826
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The concept of open innovation has become increasingly popular in the management and policy literature on technology and innovation. However, despite the large volume of empirical work, many of the prescriptions being proposed are fairly general and not specific to particular contexts and contingencies. The proponents of open innovation are universally positive but research suggests that the specific mechanisms and outcomes of open innovation models are very sensitive to context and contingency. This is not surprising because the open or closed nature of innovation is historically contingent and does not entail a simple shift from closed to open as often suggested in the literature. Research has shown that patterns of innovation differ fundamentally by sector, firm and strategy. Therefore, there is a need to examine the mechanisms that help to generate successful open innovation. In this book, the authors contribute to a shift in the debate from potentially misleading general prescriptions, and provide conceptual and empirical insights into the precise mechanisms and potential limitations of open innovation research and management practice. Contents:Introduction: Why We Need a Tighter Theory and More Critical Research on Open Innovation (Joe Tidd)Taxonomies and Modes:Different Modes of Open Innovation: A Theoretical Framework and an Empirical Study (Valentina Lazzarotti and Raffaella Manzini)Advancing a Typology of Open Innovation (S C Ellis, Peter T Gianiodis and E Secchi)How to Balance Open and Closed Innovation: Strategy and Culture as Influencing Factors (Ellen Enkel and Karoline Bader)Context and Contingencies:The Role of Open Innovation in Dynamic Environments (Fiona Schweitzer, Kurt Gaubinger and Oliver Gassmann)A Conceptual Model of Open Innovation for New Product Development Projects: Towards a Contingency Theory (Hanna Bahemia and Brian Squire)Open Service Innovation: The Influence of Project Novelty (Joe Tidd and Kuo-Nan Hsieh)Exploring the Use of Open Innovation in Processes, Products and Services (Amy Huang and John Rice)Managing Open Innovation in Multinational Enterprises: Combining Open Innovation and R&D Globalization Literature (Wim Vanhaverbeke, Jingshu Du and Maximilian von Zedtwitz)Sector and Industry Studies:Measuring the Impact of Inbound Open Innovation Practices on Performance in Services (Anne-Laure Mention and Anna-Leena Asikainen)Generativity and Innovation in Smartphone Ecosystems (Björn Remneland-Wikhamn, Jan Ljungberg, Magnus Bergquist and Jonas Kuschel)Toward a Dynamic Perspective on Open Innovation: A Longitudinal Assessment of the Adoption of Internal and External Innovation Strategies in the Netherlands (Tom Poot, Dries Faems and Wim Vanhaverbeke)Investigating Inter-Industry Differences in the Implementation of Open Innovation (Tommaso Buganza, Davide Chiaroni, Gabriele Colombo and Federico Frattini)Limitations and Constraints of Open Innovation:Open Innovation: Old Ideas in a Fancy Tuxedo Remedy a False Dichotomy (Paul Trott and Dap Hartmann)Not for Everybody: Why Some Organisations Benefit More from Open Innovation than Others (Torsten Oliver Salge, Thomas Marc Bohné, Tomas Farchi and Erk Peter Piening)Positive and Negative Dynamics of Open Innovation (Michael M Hopkins, Joe Tidd and Paul Nightingale) Readership: Graduate students, researchers and practitioners in the field of open innovation and management. Key Features:This book challenges the claims that open innovation represents a universal good practiceThis book provides vital insights into the mechanics of open innovation and its potential limitationsKeywords:Innovation;Open Innovation;Technology Management;Product DevelopmentReviews: "In sum, this interesting book illustrates that the simple dichotomy between open and closed approaches for innovation is not realistic, and that there are pitfalls to open innovation. This book can certainly be useful to managers trying to keep up with the fast changing environment and with the current challenges of innovation, but is more useful to academic scholars." Paulo Figueiredo

Open and Closed Innovation by Philipp Herzog

Title Open and Closed Innovation
Author Philipp Herzog
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2011-01-22
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 265
ISBN 9783834961655
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Philipp Herzog develops a theoretical framework arguing that Open Innovation and Closed Innovation cultures need to be distinguished. The findings help firms cope with the challenges experienced in implementing the Open Innovation concept.

Title Open Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Author Gadaf Rexhepi
Publisher Springer
Release 2019-05-31
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 126
ISBN 303016912X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book combines theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence on open innovation and entrepreneurship as two essential ways to help entrepreneurial businesses grow and achieve a competitive advantage. Discussing essential issues at the nexus of entrepreneurship and open innovation, such as enterprise growth, creating competitive advantage, implementation of open innovation, and the overall corporate strategy, the respective contributions demonstrate how open innovation can provide a vital impetus to the growth of entrepreneurial businesses and pave a new way to achieving a competitive edge.

Title Open Innovation Unveiling The Power Of The Human Element
Author Mention Anne-laure
Publisher World Scientific
Release 2017-03-23
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 388
ISBN 9813140860
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What is the profile to excel and lead in an open innovation environment, within and across organizational boundaries? What are the organizational ingredients and ways contributing to the creation of the right corporate open innovation environment and culture, within and across organizational boundaries? What is the role of organizational culture as a catalyst for adopting open innovation practices? What kinds of educational and training curricula for open innovation need to be developed and put in place? By unveiling the peculiarities of the dynamic interplay between the individual and organizational spectrums, this volume, seeks to provide relevant answers to these questions, among others. Readers are invited to embark on a fascinating and challenging journey towards one of the darkest of sides and mysteries of open innovation: the human element. Open Innovation: Unveiling the Power of the Human Element brings together the latest thinking from members of the academic community, industry leaders and practitioners, along with, policy-makers. By adopting a variety of research methods, this volume provides relevant up-to-speed but at the same time down-to-earth invaluable insights, foresights and solutions in relation to the role and the positioning of the human element within the participatory and connection-driven DNA of the open innovation paradigm.

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