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Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27
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Open Innovation and Higher Education - British Library Sept 27

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In this presentation, I share my thoughts on open innovation in the university, tech transfer community.

In this presentation, I share my thoughts on open innovation in the university, tech transfer community.

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    • 1. www.15inno.com 15inno by Stefan Lindegaard at LinkedIn Groups stefanlindegaard@me.com Twitter: @lindegaard OpenInnovation and HigherEducation - British Library Hey! Freebookson 15inno.com!
    • 2. 2 Open innovation works!
    • 3. Source: Open Innovation Executive Survey Frauenhofer and UC Berkeley
    • 4. Source: Open Innovation Executive Survey Frauenhofer and UC Berkeley
    • 5. Source: Open Innovation Executive Survey Frauenhofer and UC Berkeley
    • 6. Source: Open Innovation Executive Survey Frauenhofer and UC Berkeley
    • 7. What is open innovation? “…a philosophy or a mindset that they should embrace within their organization. This mindset should enable their organization to work with external input to the innovation process just as naturally as it does with internal input” Open innovation as a term will disappear in 5- 7 years!
    • 8. Faster pace, shrinking window of opportunity, less time for cash cows Open innovation and biz model innovation is key for becoming competitively unpredictable! We need a more holistic approach to innovation!
    • 9. NineSigma Alliances / joint ventures Campaigns (Comm / Public) Entrepreneur Day Consortia MyStarbucks Idea.com Campaigns (Comm / Public) Supplier Summit CREDIT: OVO Innovation
    • 10. Employees SuppliersManagers Academics / institutions Executives VCsAlumni Startups Business unit / function Users / consumers Government Competitors Inventors Even big companies can only attend 2-4 value pools properly – a challenge for you?
    • 11. You need to become preferred partner of choice (different value pools) within ecosystems! Corporate innovation teams have many more options today – and this keeps growing! They are still learning how to embrace OI, but they learn fast – and much faster than TTO’s! Many losers – and few winners who are able to position themselves as preferred partners!
    • 12. Few, very productive partnerships – with unusual suspects! – A few insights: Project timelines; not semester/quarter cadence while taking ownership for time, budget deliverables Aligned values (transparency), non-arrogant behavior Fair pricing
    • 13. Too few universities try to become “preferred partner of choice”! Experiment, try new things!
    • 14. Do you really have the skills and mindset needed for the future of innovation?
    • 15. 1) Intrapreneurial skills 2) Networking talent 3) Communication skills 4) Strategic influencing 5) Adaptive fast learner 6) Balanced optimism 7) Tolerance for uncertainty 8) Passion
    • 16. It must be a key objective for corporate innovation teams to educate – up as well as down!
    • 17. What is the purpose of “TTO’s” and how does this stack up with this new era of innovation? Who is the real enemy of “TTO’s”? Are they set up to fail? Do they repeat themselves? Why is there so much talk about technology / IPR when focus moves towards business models?
    • 18. Upgrade your innovation mindset and toolbox! Identify the types of external input / value pools that fit your situation! Become a preferred partner! Start innovating on how you innovate (experimentation, small bets, quick wins) Work the internal and external stakeholders! Become better communicators!
    • 19. Get in touch! www.15inno.com 15inno by Stefan Lindegaard at LinkedIn Groups stefanlindegaard@me.com Twitter: @lindegaard Hey! Freebookson 15inno.com!
    • 20. How can we address fears and concerns about more open forms of collaboration in tech transfer both from within universities and from businesses? (The role of IPR and protection comes into this.)
    • 21. What methods and tools to facilitate collaboration and co-creation are most effective? Online portals? Others? More flash than substance?
    • 22. What open innovation models offer new opportunities for stimulating student entrepreneurship activities?

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