Should Science Always Be Open?

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  • In this interactive session we will explore how we are all just one conversation away from pretty much everything and anything, and share first hand accounts of what brands like LEGO, P&G and Oxfam are doing about it to harness new insight, ideas and innovation.

    What can science learn from open business – doesn’t mean open about everything to everyone, open is not the same as free, give to get, global scale impact,
    What can business learn from open science – citizen science, peer review publishing, reputation based incentives, people scale networks

    Roland – Long line of academics, Trained as a scientist, Peter Higgs, Got bored almost immediately
    100%Open – Open innovation agency – LEGO, P&G, Orange, E.ON – strategy, workshops, crowds

    What can science learn from open business – doesn’t mean open about everything to everyone, open is not the same as free, give to get, global scale impact,
    What can business learn from open science – citizen science, peer review publishing, reputation based incentives, people scale networks
  • 2 degrees of separation

    Birthday paradox
  • Yes, and no.

    Not open about all things to all people at all times

    Anything that can be digitised will be shared eventually

    Be proactive not reactive

  • Business
  • Should Science Always Be Open?

    1. 1. 100%Open 2014 Open Innovation @ ESOF2014 Roland Harwood 100%Open 25 June 2014 1
    2. 2. 100%Open 2014 2 degrees of Separation 25 June 2014 2 “No matter who you are, most of the smartest people work for someone else.” Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems
    3. 3. © 100%Open 201425 June 2014 3 Open Innovation Innovating with partners by sharing the risks and the rewards.
    4. 4. 100%Open 2014 Open Business? 25 June 2014 4 ClosedCooperative Collaborative Co-Creative
    5. 5. © 100%Open 2014 Case Study – The LEGO Group We helped LEGO create their open innovation strategy and develop an ideas platform rolled out to all employees and to an external community of 500,000 people. 25/06/2014 5
    6. 6. © 100%Open 2014 Case Study – P&G We have designed and ran various open innovation challenges with P&G, creating new productive partnerships with their customers, suppliers and other brands. 25/06/2014 6
    7. 7. © 100%Open 2014 Case Study - Oxfam We worked with Oxfam to train their senior leadership team in innovation and to design a new innovation toolkit and internal innovation platform. 25/06/2014 7
    8. 8. © 100%Open 2014 Give > Get 825/06/2014 “Connect on your similarities, and benefit from your differences.” Valdis Krebs
    9. 9. © 100%Open 201425 June 2014 9 Open Science? Should science always be open?
    10. 10. 100%Open 2014 2 Cultures Science Open Problems Individuals Reputations Paradigms Depth Creativity Ideas Content Fidelity Cooperative Analysis Echo Eloquent Liberal Funders Public Proactive 25 June 2014 10 Business Closed Solutions Institutions Markets Brands Breadth Synthesis Implementation Context Saliency Competitive Empathy Bandwidth Efficient Conservative Investors Private Reactive
    11. 11. 100%Open 2014 The Net Works 25 June 2014 11 “If you want to go fast go alone. If you want to go far, go together” African Proverb
    12. 12. 100%Open 2014 Project contacts 25 June 2014 12 100%Open | Somerset House | South Building | London | WC2R 1LA Phone: +44 (0)20 7759 1050| +44 (0)7811 761 435 Email: roland@100Open.com Web: www.100Open.com Twitter: @100Open Roland Harwood Co-Founder & Networks Partner

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