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Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
Open Innovation and Opensource Software
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  • 1. Pradyot Sahu OPEN INNOVATION AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE - AN INTRODUCTION
  • 2. Innovation - Definition 1. The act of introducing something new. 2. Something newly introduced.
  • 3. Open Innovation
    • Use of Innovations in the form of processes or products or knowledge created by others.
    • Internal innovations not being used should be taken outside by
      • licensing,
      • joint ventures,
      • spin-offs
  • 4. Open Innovation Characteristics
    • Purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge
    • Accelerated Organic growth of innovation
    • Distributed knowledge
    • Reliance on the outside innovators or users who innovate on a purpose (may or may not for monetary benefits)‏
    • Internal Innovators innovate for other companies
    • New breed of open innovators(individuals or organizations) who innovate for own/others needs.
  • 5. Open Innovation in Open Source Software
    • IP Philosophy – Open and available to all
    • Production via collaboration
    • Corporate Participation (Sun, Microsoft, IBM)‏
  • 6. Open Source as Open Innovation
    • Open source software developments open to all say in a sf.net hosted project
    • Pooled/Joint R&D – Linux and Mozilla
    • Spinouts – Mozilla from Netscape, Eclipse from IBM
    • Selling Components – Apache, KDE
    • Donated Complements – Avalanche, PC Game “Mods” (Make money by core innovation but seek complements by donated development)‏
  • 7. Open Innovators in Open Source Software Development
    • Planners or Managers
    • Architects
    • Code writers
    • Bug fixers
    • Testers
    • Enhancement requestors (users/customers)‏
    • Customers (Automated Test Data thru Internet)
  • 8. Open Source NOT Open Innovation
    • Non-participation of the founders with future developers of the same open source
    • Thousands of Open Source Software Projects developed by few software developers
    • Mozilla abandoned by AOL/Netscape
    • Several Xerox Palo Alto Spin-offs
  • 9. Open Innovation NOT Open Source
    • Innovation is open to all but Internal components and their workings are NOT open source
    • IBM PC with Windows and Intel and other components
  • 10. QUESTIONS ?

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