InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • Defining Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing, and Crowdsourced Innovation
    As an evolving, fashionable and relatively new field, Open Innovation is naturally packed with jargon and disputed definitions. There are different terms with the same meaning, the same terms with different meanings and terms being used entirely incorrectly. In this post I try to bring some clarity, referencing reliable academic and business literature where possible.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • The Extent & Form of Open Innovation Today
    Whilst challenge prizes have existed for hundreds of years, the concept of open innovation came to widespread attention through the work of Henry Chesborough. His 2003 classic Open Innovation: The new imperative for creating and profiting from technology highlighted the considerable potential of a more open approach to innovation, and alongside James Surowiecki’s Wisdom of Crowds, whic...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • InnoCentive Solver Daniel Castro
    InnoCentive Solver Daniel Castro presents his winning solution to the InnoCentive Economist Healthcare Information Economy Challenge at the Economist Ideas Economy Information event in Santa Clara.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • The InnoCentive Showcase Challenge
    A look at InnoCentive's Showcase Challenge in action during the Final of the Enabling Innovation Team's Challenge to improve customer experience in the rail industry.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • EIT Customer Experience Final Video Web
    Last month we had the Final Live Event of the 2013 Rail Customer Experience Competition, held at 15hatfields - the leading sustainable venue in London, UK. This £1m prize-bearing competition sought innovations to transform the customer experience on GB railways. There were three challenges for this, each tailored towards a different customer group -- regular (commuters), discretionary (non-commute...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • The Economist-InnoCentive Smart Systems Challenge Winner
    InnoCentive Solver Yuri Gordienko of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, and Tom Standage, Digital Editor of The Economist, discuss Yuri's winning solution to The Economist-InnoCentive Smart Systems Challenge at The Economist's Ideas Economy: Information 2012 event.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • What is InnoCentive and How Does it Work?
    This video is a primer on open innovation and InnoCentive's unique offerings - helping customers innovate faster, better, more cost effectively and with less risk than ever before. This Present4 video was written and produced by DME Studios (see more at DMEStudios.com).
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Street Bump: An App That Automatically Tells The City When You Drive Over Potholes
    The City of Boston partnered with InnoCentive on a Challenge to predict pothole locations using data collected from a smartphone application called Street Bump. The solution is expected to help the City respond to potholes more quickly than ever before, resulting in improved service to citizens, reduced environmental impact of city repair crews scouting for potholes, and greater engagement from c...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Montage! I'm a Solver
    Visit InnoCentive.com to become a Solver today! What does an InnoCentive Solver look like? You might be surprised. Meet some of our Solvers and find out what makes them tick.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Aneesh Chopra (US Government CTO) on Open Innovation
    United States Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra talks about the use of open innovation platforms to find the "needle in a haystack" and bring good ideas to fruition. Chopra hightlights InnoCentive and specifically the NASA Challenge, which sought a better way to predict solar flare events, and was solved by a retired radio frequency engineer in New Hampshire.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • InnoCentive Partners with bauma Open Innovation to Solve Challenges in the Construction Industry
    With the launch of the second Challenge on the bauma Open Innovation (OI) platform, we wanted to take the opportunity to highlight this exciting collaboration!  bauma is the leading trade fair for the construction and construction machinery industry and the world's largest trade show. The bauma Open Innovation initiative aims to extend the bauma experience for their exhibitors and atte...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • Pharma, Digital Technology and Patient Centricity
     Last week the Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions released its report on ‘Pharma and the connected patient: How digital technology is enabling patient centricity’. The report explores the “transformation of healthcare from a provider-driven marketplace to a patient-centric health ecosystem”. It looks at the drivers, the challenges involved and the role of digital technologies in a su...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • Seeker Spotlight: The Green Chemistry & Commerce Council
    The Green Chemistry & Commerce Council (GC3), in collaboration with consumer product formulators and preservative manufacturers/suppliers, recently launched their Challenge to find new, safe, and effective preservatives, preservative boosters, or multi-functionals for use in personal care and household products. There are concerns about the impact of some preservatives on human health,...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • Seeker Spotlight: NHS England
    NHS England, along with its partners in the Healthy New Towns Programme, have just launched the Healthy New Towns Design Challenge. This Challenge is seeking ideas for new housing developments that foster health, well-being, and independence for residents. These ideas for services, products, and facilities designs, whether new ideas or proven methods from different contexts, should be ...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • Lumina Foundation Announces LIFTed Prize 2017
    Lumina Foundation recently launched their LIFTed Prize 2017 – Innovation in Postsecondary Learning. They are seeking organizations with an innovation that has a positive impact on postsecondary attainment in the U.S. This Prize is part of Lumina’s Goal 2025 – increasing the proportion of Americans with high-quality degrees, certificates, and other credentials to 60% by year 2025.
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • ISPIM announces second Grand Prize for Excellence in Innovation Management
    Great products are the result of excellent innovation management. However, it’s often the final product that makes the headlines. For this reason, ISPIM, the International Society for Professional Innovation Management, has announced their second ISPIM Grand Prize for Excellence in Innovation Management, to recognize the outstanding work that innovation professionals do to deliver grea...
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • $500,000 NIH Follow that Cell Challenge Concludes
    The second and final phase of the NIH Follow that Cell Challenge, which was run in partnership with InnoCentive, concluded last month. Over the two phases that ran between 2014 and 2017, nearly $500,000 in prize money was awarded to Solvers for their work in developing new tools and methods for predicting the behavior and function of a single cell in complex tissue over time. 
InnoCentive
InnoCentive
Blog Post

New blog articles detected.

  • How Crowdsourcing Can Advance Drug Development
    Pharmaceutical companies have to constantly develop new drugs to stay ahead of the competition. Whilst the drugs created every year are innovative, the processes for developing them are often not. The result is that drug development frequently ends up being time-consuming, costly and unproductive. Can an approach such as “crowdsourcing” remedy these drawbacks?

Out-Market Your Competitors?

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account Log in

By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Out-Market Your Competitors

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account

Already a user?  Log in

By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.