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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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The Social Media Lab from Belgium, with François Lambotte

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François Lambotte, PhD in Management Science, professor, and deputy dean of ESPO (University in economical, scoial, political, and communication sciences) is heading the UCL Social Media Lab. UCL means Catholic University of Louvain, a great city near Brussels in Belgium. But what does Social Media Lab encompass? François tells us more about it. 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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Scaling-up your innovation internationally, with Sihem Jouini and Christophe Midler

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Sihem Jouini and Christophe Midler, heading the PIC Master at Polytechnique Engineering and HEC Business School, just published a book on ‘Innovation management and globalization’, encompassing the research work and internship experience of their students. Continue reading