Buzzfeed uses social media to stay abreast of viral trends. Can they do the same with credible news?
A Look at How NASA is Using Open Innovation to Solve Lofty Challenges
Amazon Studios recently shutdown its crowdsourcing initiatives. This article explores their approach: What went wrong? How could they have better utilized open innovation?
LEGO has been highly successful in translating user generated ideas into commercial product lines using its LEGO Ideas platform. How should the company approach the current and future challenges of keeping its external innovators engaged and continue the product innovation momentum?
Quirky launched in 2009 to make the invention of consumer products more accessible. Open innovation helped usher in ideas from the masses and some would argue that crowdsourcing led to the company’s untimely demise.
Between 1999-2003 The LEGO Group was on a burning platform . Children were abandoning traditional toys at earlier ages, turning to more sophisticated alternatives such as video games. Retailers were becoming more complex, as the phenomenon of big-box stores made […]
The discovery of groundbreaking medical treatments may no longer solely rest in the hands of scientists; grassroots R&D efforts combine scientific expertise with the experiences and creativity and horsepower of the masses.
How the DoD is using open innovation to improve America's security
LEGO has been using open innovation for the past 10 years to bring new playsets to market. As they strive to stay relevant while the line between toys and consumer electronics starts to blur, how will they revamp their strategy and consequently product development process to accommodate?
Intelligence agencies are considering open innovation to better predict geopolitical trends and to better respond to the new face of terrorism. Is this a great idea or a misguided attempt at forecasting the future?