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There you can read …“Thus it’s little surprise that nearly every company now has some sort of experiment or program relating to open innovation. Open innovation means reaching out to take advantage of talent beyond the firm (or responding to such outreach opportunities). It’s a terrific concept, borne out by several oft-repeated examples such as InnoCentive and GoldCorp.
But are companies, with all their good intentions, getting the most from open innovation? We suspect that the initial successes, encouraging as they are, represent only the beginning. What if open innovation were defined more broadly and more ambitiously? Could even greater value be realized? If so, what would the next wave of open innovation look like?”
With these questions here is a challenge to futurists and close observers to attempt to unveil the new trends.
It is to me and for what I have read and observed point to a major development of SMEs to embrace open innovation. However there are companies that facilitate these more knowledge, to redefine powers, processes and structures.
Here are some interesting questions to match our reviews: