7 Steps for Open Innovation by @Lindegaard: Grading Your Company’s Open Innovation Capabilities

I am happy to give you access to the PowerPoint presentation deck for my new concept, which I might turn into an open source project (see more below).

The premise for the 7 Steps for Open Innovation …

15 Examples of Open Innovation between Big Companies and Startups

Open innovation is a strategic game for big companies and one of the most important moves to consider for their innovation leaders is the allocation of focus and resources in the context of open innovation.

Here we …

FREE Books, Papers and Insights on Open Innovation and Innovation Culture

I believe in being open and sharing insights so here you can download free books, papers and exercises related to my work.

I hope you will find this worth your time and if so, it would be …

An Open Innovation Talk by Stefan Lindegaard (Video)

Do you want some insights and inspiration on open innovation? Then you should check out this presentation that I gave at the recent re:publica conference in Berlin.

YouTube Preview Image

Here you get a short description of the talk:

Companies …

Recent Posts by Stefan Lindegaard:

Free Webinar: Bringing Assets, Needs, Value Pools and Channels Together for Better Open Innovation

October 14, 2014 15inno No Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

On Oct 23, you can join a webinar, where we will look into how companies must find the right balance between internal open innovation and “true” open innovation, how the triple matrix of direction, value pools and …

Five Keys for Career Success: Lessons from Ellison, Gates and Jobs

October 12, 2014 15inno No Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

The Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, just posted an interesting article in which the journalist looked into some common traits from the founders of Microsoft, Oracle and Apple.

These five keys for success are worth paying attention to you …

Chief Innovation Officer – An Insider or an Outsider?

October 9, 2014 15inno 2 Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

I predict that lots of companies are going to hire or appoint a Chief Innovation Officer (or someone with a similar title / area of responsibility) in the coming years. The reasons are quite compelling:

• Companies …

Key Questions for Open Innovation Between Big Companies and Startups / SME’s

October 7, 2014 15inno No Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

I am working on two surveys that will look into the innovation interactions between large companies and startups / SME’s.

One survey will be targeted towards corporate innovation teams in the large companies and the other will …

Top 5 Innovation Trends and Topics – Oct 2014

October 6, 2014 15inno 1 Comment
by Stefan Lindegaard

What is trending in the innovation community right now? Here you get my views based on the interactions I have had in the recent months.

1. Startups and SME’s meet big corporates

Big companies want to become …

Be Agile and Open; Become a New Type of Business

October 5, 2014 15inno 1 Comment
by Stefan Lindegaard

There is a new book on innovation worth looking into – Agile Innovation; The Revolutionary Approach to Accelerate Success, Inspire Engagement and Ignite Creativity by innovation experts Langdon Morris, Moses Ma and Po Chi Wu.

The …

Disruptive Innovation at Large Companies: The Examples of Tesla, GE, Apple and Cisco

October 2, 2014 15inno No Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

When I posted an article, 9 Innovation Concepts and Methodologies to Embrace, Consider or Re-think, I got a relevant comment from Collin Smith, which went like this:

“For large companies to introduce disruptive innovations into …

What Does Good Collaboration Look Like?

October 1, 2014 15inno No Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

Roland Harwood of 100% Open recently wrote an interesting article on Achieving Win-Win Collaboration in which he stated that successful collaboration is both an art and a science and that you need to get the right balance …

7 Great Insights on People, HR and Open Innovation

September 29, 2014 15inno 1 Comment
by Stefan Lindegaard

If you believe that people are a key element in innovation, then you should check out this article: Implications of Open Innovation Trends for HR

It starts out with this intro and questions:

Open innovation is changing …

Me First, Team Next, Company Last: The Truth of Corporate Loyalty?

September 29, 2014 15inno No Comments
by Stefan Lindegaard

I had an interesting comment to my recent post on why executives do not get innovation. It went like this:

“Essentially, I attest that people believe they either work for a brand/company independent of themselves (boss-subordinate relationship) …

Archives

Twitter