The Necessity of Open Innovation and Collaboration in Healthcare

September 04, 2019
Healthcare, like many other fields, is an increasingly collaborative industry, with most organizations looking outside their internal silos for new ideas, innovations, and expertise. As we’ve highlighted in other works, co-patenting—when two or more parties collaborate to obtain a patent—has risen... Read More

WEBINAR: Customer Driven Technology Development

June 17, 2019
WITH GUEST SPEAKER ERIN SPRING DIRECTOR OF NEW VENTURES AT GOODYEAR Projecting the future is hard enough. You’re dealing with incomplete information, fighting multiple sources of bias, and trying to integrate a wide range of weak signals. Building the future is tougher still: tensions with the... Read More

WEBINAR: Organizing Your Innovation Ops

April 12, 2019
Organizing Your Innovation Ops Laura Kusumoto, guest speaker The challenges of innovation management are familiar to most corporate innovation leaders –defining and re-defining innovation’s mission; dealing with redundant, competing, or pet projects across an organization; budgeting for the... Read More

The Future of Defense Innovation Lies In Commercial R&D

February 13, 2019
During the Cold War, the Western defense research paradigm depended on two key factors: the ability of the DoD to forecast threats for decades ahead and the funds needed to match the threat analysis and turn R&D planning into functioning technologies. Much of this spending was driven by a fear of... Read More

Webinar: How R&D Alliances Lead to Breakthrough Innovations

February 04, 2019
Is disruptive innovation a waste of effort? Everyone these days feels the tug of disruption. Blockchain will revolutionize banking. Autonomous vehicles will upend transportation. Pick any industry, and you’ll find a disruptive threat somewhere on the horizon. Read More

How Do Technology Silos Form in CPG?

February 04, 2019
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Establishing University Partnerships

January 14, 2019
For innovation teams, establishing academic partnerships is a promising investment in the future of its R&D efforts and long-term viability as an organization. As the competitive pressure increases, it becomes increasingly important for innovation teams to identify promising new technologies before... Read More

4 Aspects of Managing an R&D Pipeline

January 03, 2019
For most organizations, the R&D pipeline represents the aspirations and goals of the company. As such, it is typically the sole source of future product developments and potential innovation, as most organizations do not fully realize the potential of external innovation to complement their... Read More

Olympic Innovations: How Technology Impacted Swimming

August 17, 2016
Nearly every Olympics, we hear about a new broken world record in one sport or another. While much of this can be attributed to better training, coaching, and dietary techniques, the headlines never focus on the impact that technology has on these records. Although we like to believe that new... Read More

How Does Amazon Push the Envelope?

July 01, 2016
Knowledge assets are the critical inventions, patents, or personal expertise that catapults your innovations to market. This could be a collaborative discussion or the discovery of a new formula leading to your company’s most competitive product. In an increasingly innovative world, companies must... Read More
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