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A Look Back at the Innovation Management Awards

The Innovation Management Awards are in their fifth year and we thought it would be good chance to look back at all the past winners as we prepare to receive submissions from around the world in this year’s competition. We’ve honored a variety of organizations and companies in the past and we hope that we … Continued

Announcing the Second Annual Open Innovation Awards

For the second year in a row IdeaScale is hosting a competition among innovators: The Open Innovation Awards. This annual contest is a way to honor the IdeaScale communities that demonstrate their exceptional innovation best practices. The specific rules and eligibility are posted at ideascale.com/innovation-award, but the contest is open to IdeaScale members, administrators, and … Continued

3 Questions to Form a Blueprint for Open Innovation

There are many different kinds of innovation programs. Open innovation is based on the principles elucidated by Henry Chesbrough; the concept of open innovation postulates that there are no barriers to collaboration, communication, innovation, or ideation. The success of these programs often depend on knowing each program and its goals in advance. To understand what kind of innovation programs … 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