Micro-teaching: Introduction to Open Innovation


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The purpose of the presentation was to introduce a topic to a group of doctorate students with diverse backgrounds. The duration of the presentation was 5-7 minutes.

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Micro-teaching: Introduction to Open Innovation

  1. 1. Micro-teaching: Introduction to Open Innovation Sebastian Sigloch PhD Researcher (Innovation Networks), IIMP Lord Ashcroft International Business School Learning and Teaching in Practice @SebSigloch
  2. 2. Learning outcomes By the end of this session you should be able to: •  Describe and illustrate the three discussed approaches to open innovation
  3. 3. Activity
  4. 4. Firms’ boundary Front End Development Back End Research Projects Market ‘Closed’ Innovation Chesbrough (2003a)
  5. 5. Front End Development Back End Outside – in ‘Open’ Innovation Current Market IP Ideas IP Other knowledge Chesbrough (2003a, 2003b, 2006) Technology In-Licencing
  6. 6. Front End Development Back End Inside – out ‘Open’ Innovation Current Market New Market Other Market Technology In-Licencing IP Ideas IP Other knowledge Spin-Off Out-licencing Chesbrough (2003a, 2003b, 2006)
  7. 7. Outside - In Coupled ‘Open’ Innovation Gassmann & Enkel (2004) Inside - Out Coupled Exploitation outside the company External Knowledge Locus of Innovation inside the company Joined Innovation and Exploitation
  8. 8. Resources and Further Readings Resources: Chesbrough, H.W. 2003. Open Innovation – The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology, Boston: Harvard Business School Press. Chesbrough, H.W. 2003. The Era of Open Innovation, MIT Sloan Management Review, 44, 3, 35. Chesbrough, H.W., Vanhaverbeke, W., and West, J. 2006. Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm Oxford: Oxford University Press. Gassmann, O. and Enkel, E. 2004. Towards a Theory of Open Innovation: Three Core Process Archetypes. R&D management conference 2004, pp. 1-18. Further Reading: Dahlander, L., and Gann, D.M. 2010. How open is innovation? Research Policy 39 (6): pp. 699-709. Trott, P. and Hartmann, D. 2009. Why ‘Open Innovation’ is old wine in new bottles. International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol.13, Issue 94, van de Vrande, V., de Jong, J.P.J., Vanhaverbeke, W. and de Rochemont, M. 2009. Open innovation in SMEs: Trends, motives and management challenges. Technovation, Vol. 29, No 6-7, pp.423-37. Online – Resource: Leadbeater, C. 2005. The era of Open Innovation. TED Global 2005, [online] Available at: < http://www.ted.com/talks/charles_leadbeater_on_innovation.html>[Accessed 04 September 2013]. Open Innovation.eu – Platform for innovation professionals. [online] Available at: < http://www.openinnovation.eu> [Accessed 04 September 2013].
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention! Sebastian Sigloch PhD Researcher, IIMP - Lord Ashcroft International Business School Supervisors: Prof Emanuele Giovannetti, IIMP - Lord Ashcroft International Business School Dr Shailaja Fennell, Centre for Development Studies, University of Cambridge @SebSigloch Learning and Teaching in Practice
  10. 10. Micro-teaching Introduction to Open Innovation Hand-out Sebastian Sigloch, PhD Researcher on Innovation Networks Please sketch in for each approach / model: (1)  appropriate boundaries of the company / firm / organisation (2)  the associated ways of technology / knowledge / IP flow @SebSigloch Closed Innovation Outside – in ‘Open Innovation’ Inside – out ‘Open Innovation’ Coupled ‘Open Innovation’