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Open Innovation in Action – the slides

Here are my slides from Open Innovation in Action.  The conference was held at the UK’s first biomedical open innovation campus, Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC), where I’m currently advising on open innovation strategy. As the presenter tasked with opening the conference, I had two simple … Continue reading

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Open Innovation in Bioscience

  “We want to be competitively unpredictable” – Psion CEO John Conoley to Stefan Lindegaard. “The substrate for being able to invent has improved” – Patrick Vallance, VP Pharmaceuticals Research, GlaxoSmithKline. “If you want to herd cats, use cat food” … Continue reading

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The Academic Spring: ‘Open Access’ Takes Hold

When someone mentions publishing, you imagine a standard model: an author writes something, the publisher puts it on sale and gives the author a slice of the revenues.  Or alternatively the author might self-publish, covering their own costs and keeping … Continue reading

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The Future Of Open Innovation

Ten years from now, what will we think of Open Innovation? Will we think about it at all?  Open Innovation (OI) is the big buzzword of the past few years.  We can now see companies benefitting from this new way of thinking … Continue reading

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Where Does Innovation Go From Here?

What impact will innovation have in companies over the next 10 years?  How will it be managed? Five emerging trends in innovation management have been highlighted by Arthur D Little in their survey report: The Future of Innovation Management: The … Continue reading

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