A Look at How NASA is Using Open Innovation to Solve Lofty Challenges
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.
Roche, the Swiss pharmaceuticals giant, is caught in a race against time. After making a big bet on breakthrough drugs and personalized medicine, the company has spent much of the last 18 months thinking ahead to the challenges that machine learning and artificial intelligence pose to a traditional, integrated pharmaceutical business model.
Pinterest's userbase is growing faster than its publicly-traded peers, but the company lags in revenue per user. I exam their existing machine learning infrastructure and recommend how to use it improve revenue growth ahead of their 2019 IPO.
As Alibaba Group grows domestically and internationally, the company needs to combine internal and external intelligence to enhance both industry knowledge and technological capabilities. How is the company leveraging open innovation? Would you be willing to become a part of it?
“Data is just like crude. It’s valuable, but if unrefined it cannot really be used.” 
Apple is committed to shift its production to 100% renewable energy powered. However, they would need to convince the suppliers to shift to renewable energy for Apple product's production, implicating economic impacts. How would they do?
A Ford insight in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Over the last six years, Stitch Fix has achieved success in the fashion retail space by revolutionizing the shopping experience. But is their business strategy differentiated enough to stay competitive?
This is a time of digital Darwinism — an era where technology and society are evolving faster than businesses can naturally adapt. Can DHL a leading global logistics company rise up to the challenge to remain competitive?