Tag Archives: Open Innovation


Sharing economy and the new play control

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“For you, to you” is being replaced by “With you, by you”. Enter the new play control initiated by the collaborative economy. Continue reading


3 horizons of Cocreation

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While innovation is the brand’s lung, cocreation is the cornerstone to nurture the relationship between brand and community. Continue reading


Massive platforms for cocreation: the new normal? (2/2)

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Products and services that we use are developing in two, seemingly opposite directions: more personalized, and at global scale. These two movements – towards the global and unified- will increase competition, and can lead to a limited number of ”winner-take-all” giants. Continue reading


Massive platforms for cocreation: the new normal? (1/2)

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Platforms and processes, rather than products, will become the focus of new business creation as we move forward. These models can deliver more value for less, by involving a number of stakeholders, including the users, in co-creating solutions. Continue reading


We, Renault Creative People…

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Lomig Unger is an expert in collaborative innovation framework, with a 15 years experience in innovation, and 11 in the car industry. Deeply involved in Renault Creative People initiative, he draws some lessons from this ideas-sparkling entity. Continue reading


From ideas crowdsourcing to solution specific search, OI platforms are soaring

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Open Innovation projects can be managed in different ways: using companies’ own means to involve the crowd (branded ideation web sites), by the involvement of consultants, or by using dedicated plateforms, such as marketplaces or specific search platforms. Continue reading


Internet of Things, from connected to inter-connected objects

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Below is a video of a brief introduction I completed on IoT and 2014 Netexplo Award Winner, John Matherly (USA) for Shodan, an IoT search engine. John’s presentation of his service follows, with very accurate use cases to leverage an … Continue reading