Open Innovation- Defined <br />“Open Innovation is the use of purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation, and expand the market for external use of innovation, respectively”<br />Chesbrough, 2006. <br />
Open the books on innovation<br />Is Open Innovation really new and <br />which factors are of importance for Open Innovation?<br />Jan Willem van Eck <br />Summary thesis<br />Master of Marketing Strategy, June 21st, 2010<br />
Subquestions<br />What is Open Innovation?<br />Which types of organisations are activewith Open Innovation?<br />Why do organisationsapply Open Innovationmethods?<br />Which factors play a role in relation to Open Innovation?<br />
Conclusions<br />Open Innovation does exist in the Geo-information sector in the Netherlands<br />Factors of importance are only internal-to-the-organization factors<br />Top tier innovation projects are hardly related to open innovation concepts<br />
There is an intention to open the books on innovation, now the books on innovation can be opened.<br />
Concluding<br />Opennes and Geo-information are strongly interconnected<br />An Open Innovation eco system could greatly benefit our sector<br />A next step, case study research?<br />We all choose a position <br />on the open/closed continuum!<br />
Finalthought<br />Way more smart people<br />do NOT workfor Esri….<br />…“all” we have to do is <br />connect (to) them!<br />
WhereGeo-informationmeetsOpen innovation<br />@jwvaneck<br />Jan Willem van Eck<br />TU Delft, guestlecture<br />Delft, April 29th, 2011<br />
Suggestedreadings<br />How open is innovation?, L. Dahlander, D. Gann, 2010, Research Policy.<br />Open innovation, State of the art and futureperspectives, E. Huizingh, 2011, Technovation.<br />Open Innovation: Past Research, CurrentDebates, and FutureDirections, U. Lichterthaler, 2011, Academy of Management.<br />
Openness seems to touch every corner of our world, pag 159. Innovations, summer 2006, Maxwell.
I like to put OI in the center of these open developments. I all dependsonyourperpective and scope.
1995, pag. 55. read the book to put this statement into context
Managing and shaping innovation, Conway, Stewart, 2009
Last Friday we had a great time meeting professor Henry en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Chesbrough in KIMbcn with a few colleagues and investors. Henry Chesbrough coined the term open innovation and is the author of Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology (HBS Press, 2003). Chesbrough is currently an adjunct professor and the executive director of the Center for Open Innovation at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. www.bioaccez.comhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/8674753@N02/4159242075/in/set-72157622814928045/
http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2007/03/25/business/25Proto_CA0_ready.htmlEric von Hippel of M.I.T., left, and Dr. Nathaniel Sims, with hospital devices Dr. Sims has modified. Mr. von Hippel says users can improve on products. http://web.mit.edu/evhippel/www/
Thankyou Eric von Hippel
Translatedfrom“Bepaalde bedrijven hebben er veel voor over om ‘open’ over te komen.”Youmay want to replace “company” by “people”Be sceptical, also of presenterson open topics!
“open” has many perspectives. Is this bridge open or closed?(fotoJw)
As used in my thesis
Read mostly articles, not too many books on OI.
Presentation I used for a small introduction before defending my thesis
Respondents indicate there is a plan for Open Innovation. It has not yet impacted the top three innovation projects.
What role does time play? How would the top three innovations be impacted in three years time?
Relatedsubjects I amcurrentlylookinginto.
In general, workingwithgeographicinformation in full isolation is notveryusefull
I arguethat open innovation is exactly right forgeo-information
What is anoptimaldiffusionhere?
Great OIchallange. What are the limits of opennesshere?
Basedon ‘most smart peopledon’tworkforus’, acclaimed to Bill Joy.