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100%Open 2013OpenCoLDN - 7th June 2013Roland Harwood, 100%Open6 June 2013 1
© 100%Open 2012Open Innovation06/06/2013 2Innovating with partnersby sharing the risksand the rewards.
© 100%Open 2012Open Up306/06/2013“No matter who youare, most of the smartestpeople work forsomeone else.”Bill Joy, Sun Mic...
100%Open 20133 Minute Joint Venture1. Explain what you do.2. Find out what your partner does.3. Agree what you could do to...
100%Open 2013 5Case Study 1 – The LEGO Group6 June 2013We helped LEGO create their open innovation strategy and develop an...
100%Open 2013 6Case Study 2 – P&G6 June 2013We developed the Airlock for P&G to source new $100m opportunities. It enabled...
100%Open 2013 7Case Study 3 - Orange6 June 2013We helped Orange develop two open innovation and crowdsourcing programmescr...
100%Open 2013 8Case Study 4 – E.ON6 June 2013Home of the Future was a service innovation competition with 45,000 customers...
© 100%Open 2012Case Study 5 - OxfamWe worked with Oxfam to train their senior leadership team in innovation and todesign a...
© 100%Open 2012“It’s not the big thateat the small… it’s thefast that eat the slow.”Laurence Haughton6 June 2013 10Lessons...
© 100%Open 201006/06/2013 11Lessons LearnedConversations first,then relationships,then transactions.
© 100%Open 200906/06/2013 12Lessons Learned“Innovation is aU-Shaped Process.”Paul Vanags
© 100%Open 2010Give > Get06/06/2013 13Lessons Learned
© 100%Open 20122 Degrees of Separation1. Think of a project orproblem you are working onright now where it wouldreally hel...
100%Open 20136 June 2013 15Two Models of Open Innovation• Starts with ‘what’ question: an innovationbrief detailing a spec...
© 100%Open 2011Open Business Models & Buzzwords06/06/2013 16Co-CreativeCollaborativeCooperativeClosedJoint R&DPaywallCrowd...
© 100%Open 2011Open Innovation Blueprint06/06/2013 17Who? Who should we innovate with and for whom? Employees,customers, c...
© 100%Open 2012The Net Works1806/06/2013“Innovation is a by-productof engaged networks.”Verna Allee
100%Open 2013Thank You6 June 2013 19Roland Harwood & David Simoes-BrownCo-Founders & Partners100%Open | Somerset House | S...
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  1. 1. 100%Open 2013OpenCoLDN - 7th June 2013Roland Harwood, 100%Open6 June 2013 1
  2. 2. © 100%Open 2012Open Innovation06/06/2013 2Innovating with partnersby sharing the risksand the rewards.
  3. 3. © 100%Open 2012Open Up306/06/2013“No matter who youare, most of the smartestpeople work forsomeone else.”Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems
  4. 4. 100%Open 20133 Minute Joint Venture1. Explain what you do.2. Find out what your partner does.3. Agree what you could do together.4. Give your joint venture a name.
  5. 5. 100%Open 2013 5Case Study 1 – The LEGO Group6 June 2013We helped LEGO create their open innovation strategy and develop an ideasplatform rolled out to all employees and to an external community of 280,000 people.
  6. 6. 100%Open 2013 6Case Study 2 – P&G6 June 2013We developed the Airlock for P&G to source new $100m opportunities. It enabledproduct designers insight into their requirements through a confidential process.
  7. 7. 100%Open 2013 7Case Study 3 - Orange6 June 2013We helped Orange develop two open innovation and crowdsourcing programmescreating a new service, Fun Finder, and a new Giving App, Do Some Good.
  8. 8. 100%Open 2013 8Case Study 4 – E.ON6 June 2013Home of the Future was a service innovation competition with 45,000 customers,linked to a Channel 4 TV programme, that lead to 8 x £10m propositions.
  9. 9. © 100%Open 2012Case Study 5 - OxfamWe worked with Oxfam to train their senior leadership team in innovation and todesign a new innovation toolkit and internal innovation platform.06/06/2013 9
  10. 10. © 100%Open 2012“It’s not the big thateat the small… it’s thefast that eat the slow.”Laurence Haughton6 June 2013 10Lessons Learned
  11. 11. © 100%Open 201006/06/2013 11Lessons LearnedConversations first,then relationships,then transactions.
  12. 12. © 100%Open 200906/06/2013 12Lessons Learned“Innovation is aU-Shaped Process.”Paul Vanags
  13. 13. © 100%Open 2010Give > Get06/06/2013 13Lessons Learned
  14. 14. © 100%Open 20122 Degrees of Separation1. Think of a project orproblem you are working onright now where it wouldreally help to be introducedto a specific person ororganisation.2. Introduce yourself brieflyand share the name of whoyou are trying to reach andwhy they want theintroduction.3. Does anybody else knowthat person or organisationdirectly, or else might knowhow to reach them?06/06/2013 14
  15. 15. 100%Open 20136 June 2013 15Two Models of Open Innovation• Starts with ‘what’ question: an innovationbrief detailing a specific unmet need• Is a competitive marketplace amongstcustomers, suppliers or users• The innovation process is mediated by aTrusted Agent• Innovations are extracted through alinear process• Tend to be internal routes to market (e.g.license deals)Discover• Starts with a ‘who’ question: findingpartners to explore a broad opportunity• Is a cooperative community & process, with customers, suppliers or users• The innovation process is facilitatedthrough a Catalyst• Innovations are built using an iterativeprocess• Tend to be external routes to market (e.g.joint ventures)Jam
  16. 16. © 100%Open 2011Open Business Models & Buzzwords06/06/2013 16Co-CreativeCollaborativeCooperativeClosedJoint R&DPaywallCrowd-sourcingDelivery partnershipProprietary supplierJoint ventureAllianceOpen sourceCreative commonsMinority stakeCopyrightCo-brandingSpinoutMajority stakeAcquisitionMarketresearchKaizenMembership org.Peer to peerDesign platformFreemiumGroup buyingCommunities of interestMergerCross licensingFranchiseProfit shareR&D
  17. 17. © 100%Open 2011Open Innovation Blueprint06/06/2013 17Who? Who should we innovate with and for whom? Employees,customers, clients, brands, universities, suppliers?What? What are our open innovation challenges? Which unmetneeds that lend themselves to a collaborative approach?Where? Where are we going to look for new opportunities? Inexisting and adjacent markets and geographies?Why? Why are we doing this and what is the incentive for ourintended partners? To drive revenues or shift perceptions?How? How will the process work? Online/Offline? How fast?Business model? By what criteria will we make decisions?
  18. 18. © 100%Open 2012The Net Works1806/06/2013“Innovation is a by-productof engaged networks.”Verna Allee
  19. 19. 100%Open 2013Thank You6 June 2013 19Roland Harwood & David Simoes-BrownCo-Founders & Partners100%Open | Somerset House | South Building | London | WC2R 1LAPhone: +44 (0)20 7759 1050 | +44 (0)7811 761 435Email: roland@100Open.com | david@100Open.comWeb: www.100Open.comTwitter: @100Open @rolandharwood @deeyesbee

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