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Join the IdeaScale Best Practices Conversation

IdeaScale prides itself on being a flexible and unique tool that helps numerous companies meet their innovation goals (however disparate the programs might be). However, because our technology is flexible and applicable in multiple formats, it is hard to issue a definitive set of best practices to our clients as the success of each community … Continued

Tactical Innovation: Playing to Win

The following is a guest post by Estel Maskagna. Estel is a freelance and creative writer whose work has been featured on PreScouter. She writes on subjects covering innovation, green tech, and environmental topics. She is passionate about self-learning and intellectual exploration.   In 1959, chess grandmasters Mikhail Tal and Vasily Smyslov locked mental horns in a … Continued

Managing for Success: Best Practices in Open Innovation – In Conversation with guests Forrester and Yale

Join IdeaScale for a comprehensive exploration on how to best organize an open innovation community on Friday, January 24th, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. EST. Hosted by IdeaScale and featuring Chip Gliedman of Forrester Research and Yale University’s IT Innovation Alignment Team, this conversation explores innovation best practices in a broad view, but also in practice … Continued

Learning From Successful Kickstarter Campaigns

Kickstarter reports that to date, $903 million has been pledged in support of more than 52 thousand Kickstarter projects. While that’s exciting news, the flip side is that more than 67 thousand projects were unsuccessful. What makes the difference between success and failure can be seen from this sampling of crowdfunding projects. Make Life Easier … Continued