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Session 9 it and open innovation

  1. 1. Open Innovation
  2. 2. @RT #hashtag @FollowFriday
  3. 3. historic context
  4. 4. education
  5. 5. what does higher education mean in knowledge economy?
  6. 6. internet
  7. 7. digital generation
  8. 8. “cut & paste???”
  9. 9. old economic order
  10. 10. separation of production and consumption
  11. 11. "When I was a boy ... in front of every house in the summer evening you would find young people together singing the songs of the day or the old songs.Today you hear these infernal machines going night and day.We will not have a vocal cord left.The vocal cords will be eliminated by a process of evolution, as was the tail of man when he came from the ape." John Philip Sousa, quoted in Remix (L. Lassig)
  12. 12. “Painting and sculpture were organically one with architecture, as that was one with the social purpose that building served. Music and song were intimate parts of the rites and ceremonies in which the meaning of group life was consummated. Drama was a vital reenactment of the legends and history of the group life." John Dewey from Art as Experience
  13. 13. "The growth of capitalism has been a powerful influence in the development of the museum as the proper home for works of art, and in the promotion of the idea that they are apart from the common life.The nouveaux riches, who are important byproduct of the capitalist system, have felt especially bound to surround themselves with works of fine art which, being rare, are also costly. Generally speaking, the typical collector is the typical capitalist." John Dewey from Art as Experience
  14. 14. “vocal cord” was emasculated
  15. 15. professional ... managers musicians artists institutions schools
  16. 16. that’s us!
  17. 17. center for design + innovation cD+i new organizing principles
  18. 18. post-professional society
  19. 19. challenge to old intellectual elites
  20. 20. old guards of knowledge
  21. 21. corporate R&D
  22. 22. university
  23. 23. professionals
  24. 24. media
  25. 25. vs
  26. 26. individual employees
  27. 27. students
  28. 28. consumers
  29. 29. it is like a political revolution
  30. 30. loss of power
  31. 31. sacrifice
  32. 32. negotiation
  33. 33. new orders
  34. 34. co-creation
  35. 35. not invented here to proudly found elsewhere
  36. 36. local search to network search
  37. 37. command & control to access & coordination
  38. 38. “P&G has 8,500 researchers; and we figured that there are another 1.5 million researchers with pertinent areas of expertise.Why not pick their brain?” AG Lafley (CEO of P&G)
  39. 39. how can we use open innovation?
  40. 40. creation
  41. 41. innovation
  42. 42. design
  43. 43. solution
  44. 44. prediction
  45. 45. organization
  46. 46. validation
  47. 47. marketing
  48. 48. on-line vs. off-line
  49. 49. market vs. community
  50. 50. on-line off-line transactional marketplace incubator relational community clan
  51. 51. unbounded innovation

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