When a firm is placed within a complex network, it must create value for the entire ecosystem. / Milena Klasing Chen
The landscape of open projects has expanded... What happens when everything is branded "open"? / Luis Murillo
This theoretical breakthrough has revolutionized our approach to design.
Patents: what if they were not an outcome but an input to craft your company's' future? / Olga Kokshagina
Basic products from emerging markets could eventually move up and disrupt global markets. Really? / Alok Bardiya
An original innovation culture, expressing itself in an amazing ability to reverse concepts. Three meta-innovations illustrate the Indian way. / Richard Robert
Analysis of the legal environment allows smart organizations to implement original strategies… even though there are a number of pitfalls. / Michael Haddad
Who should take the responsibility of initiating innovation projects? R&D, marketing, prospective teams? / Michael Haddad
During the 20th century Governments and public agencies such as NASA played a major role in the innovation chain. Are they out of the game? / Stefan Lindegaard
Yes, it is possible to rationalize innovation, moving on from managing equilibrium to handling a constant imbalance. No, this is no easy matter. / Rémi Maniak
It is no longer possible for a company to innovate alone. How to identify the right partners and develop a partnership over time? How to ensure successful exchanges?
Design management, which places customer experience at the heart of organizational intelligence, may guide the way toward a truly collaborative innovation ecosystem. But problems arise.
Innovation can never be reduced to a mere good idea. It is a process. Those who are to implement it can successfully make novelty theirs. / Norbert Alter
Can we protect the meaning and relevance of innovation while accelerating and increasing its impact? This is the issue challenged by component innovation.
Each species owes its survival to a series of trials and errors that led to an expertise which is available: that's the starting point of biomimicry.
How to speed up innovation within big companies? Nicolas Bry suggests creating small dedicated structures. How to insert their work into group strategies?
In business schools, firms, newspapers, innovation is a highly praised value. What if it were a myth? The road to success could also lie in the art of imitation. / Oded Shenkar
The frontier between commercial and non-commercial activity has become somewhat blurred and the idealized vision of a utopian community actually hides an extremely wide range of actors and entities.
Patents are generally considered to fuel innovation. But do they?
As new competitors arrive on the market and constantly raise the stakes in terms of quality the continued existence of an enterprise rests on its ability to create ruptures with the past and move forward in a constant state of revolutionary innovation.
Can we embrace chaos and harness its power ? Yes. But to plan for the future we must discard the limits of our present. / Robert Branche
Practitioners are expanding the use of prototyping to new applications and devising methodologies to unleash the true power of prototyping. / Sushi Suzuki