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  • 1. Global Forum 2011-Brussels Session 7: “CHALLENGES FOR OPEN INNOVATION” Bror Salmelin Chair Jay Edwin Gillette Moderator
  • 2. Framework: “Open Innovation” = Co-creativity, collaborative innovation ecosystemsThe term comes from a seminal book: Henry Chesbrough, Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology. (Harvard Business School Press, 2003, p. xxxi)“. . . a new vision of the innovation process. This vision eagerly seeks external knowledge and ideas, even as it nurtures internal ones. It utilizes valuable ideas from whatever source in advancing a company’s own business, and it places the company’s own ideas in other companies’ businesses.”“We would like strongly to communicate a more modern view on open innovation. We need to go far beyond, towards crowdsourcing, co-creativity and collaborative open innovation ecosystems.” (Bror Samelin, 2010)• 1
  • 3. Framework: “Open Innovation” = iteration of challenges & solutionsWe have one of the best themes in Global Forum--“CHALLENGES FOR OPEN INNOVATION.” The session will discuss problems or challenges of innovation, and ideas for solutions.• This is the essence of scientific method:Hypotheses Challenges/Tests Reformulate hypotheses as theory/understanding• Here is a quote to set the theme. Innovation is like Creative design, which: “seems more to be a matter of developing and refining together both the formulation of the problem and ideas for its solution, with constant iteration of analysis, synthesis and evaluation processes between the two „spaces‟—problem and solution. (Nigel Cross and Kees Dorst, cited in Brooks, The Design of Design: 2 Essays from a Computer Scientist, 2010, p. 51).