In 2013, bluenove will support its clients in the area of Social Innovation in order to make innovation processes compliant with the ISO 26000 standard. To illustrate this positioning as a natural extension of Open Innovation, it will send its clients and partners a innovative card for this New Year 2013…
bluenove conducted a poll on LinkedIn in August 2012 to identify ‘What is the main lever to boost Collaborative Innovation ?’ among the 3 following ones:
1) The Human dimension and the Culture ?
2) The Process Management of Ideas ?
3) The Software Tools and Solutions ?
575 votes were registered and 56 comments were provided (we highly recommend you do read these comments here below and we would like to thank again the contributors)
bluenove provides consulting services also to set up the right workspace and environment of its Enterprise customers to boost their creativity, collaboration and innovation.
Here are some inspiring examples.
> Bangkok University Branding Itself As A Creative University
President of Paranove for more than 10 years, he has also been advising the French President on Telecom issues for a few months.
After completing her internship in the marketing department of Paranove, Maria has been hired as a marketing analyst.
Director of the Consummer Protection Agency, 60 million of consumers, Roger is a strong advocate for abused customers. He has a keen sense of detail and he knows all numbers of satisfaction surveys published during the last 10 years. Very methodical and conscientious, he deals with many cases of dispute between consumers and businesses. Therefor, [...]
2011 was again rich in projects and initiatives in the area of Open and Collaborative Innovation from Corporations, SMEs and public administration bodies.
Many new ways to innovate working and collaborating with the outside ecosystem of partners (start-ups, corporations from other sectors, research labs, universities, suppliers, customers, etc.) and boosting collaboration within organizations will emerge during this 2012.
Here are the 12 trends and perspectives that I foresee happening in 2012.
We asked the following question on Quora…
According to Bruce Brown, P&G’s Chief Technology Officer, ‘the internationalization of R&D is a growing opportunity to tap into new technological trends worldwide and to benefit from scientific and technological skills, creating a virtuous circle for knowledge sharing between the foreign R&D centers and the parent company, but also to be part of a new local network with other companies and bodies, universities, public R&D centers through partnerships and joint-ventures’.
What are the best ways to implement Open Innovation programs?
Focusing first on Partnerships with startups, Research Labs, other companies, involving your customers, your suppliers ? Using problem solving platforms, organizing idea contests and crowdsourcing, beta-testing with users, providing Open APIs and opening your data, setting-up a Corporate Venture fund? Or should you first make sure your teams collaborate well within your company before to extend collaboration with your ecosystem ?
Here are some answers (thank you to all of you!)