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Thinking out of the box with crowdsourcing, a conversation with Sihem Jouini

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Unfair advantage Sihem Jouini is Associate Professor and Director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship major at HEC ExMBA, and a researcher in organizational design for innovation and creativity. She kindly took part to our Industry and Research conference about crowdinnovation … Continue reading

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How to innovate with the crowd? by Emilie Ruiz

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Emilie Ruiz is a researcher at IREGE, University Savoie Mont Blanc, France. Hereafter she shares some key lessons on how corporations can set-up a crowdinnovation platform, and when the various adoption factors matter along the process. Continue reading

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Crossing Participative Innovation with Open Innovation (2/2)

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How compares Open Innovation with the Crowd with Participative Innovation? And what if, if Open Innovation, which was intended to seek out outside, were coming back inside? Continue reading

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Crossing Participative Innovation with Open Innovation (1/2)

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What is Participative Innovation? And how does it intersect with Open Innovation with the Crowd? Continue reading

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Digital innovation at Netexplo Change

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Netexplo Change is a yearly rendez-vous for highlighting the transformative impact of digital within large companies. Trends 42 projects were assessed  at Netexplo Change this year, selected on following criteria: digital initiative, recent, innovative, impactful, and with a French scope. … Continue reading

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Creative cooperation across borders

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Borders are not limited to geography: from one industry to another, surprising contrasts arise in ways of conducting business. Global connectivity is blowing up protected nests. The question knocking at your door is: since cooperation is a “must-do”, how do we lay the foundation to drive it as its best? Continue reading

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Successful innovations meet “social imaginaries” by Stéphane Hugon, sociologist and managing consultant

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Imagination and Innovation Stéphane Hugon is a reckognized sociologist, researcher, and teacher at both Descartes-Sorbonne Paris University and Paris National Design School (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) focusing on linking innovative technology with consumer usages. Stéphane cofounded consulting agency Eranos, … Continue reading