The innovation landscape has changed profoundly in the past decade and there is now considerable emphasis on opening up to new sources of knowledge and to the ideas of users in particular. In this report you can find an overview of some of these key trends and the emerging properties which they offer. Open_Collective_Innovation
Supply chain learning This deep dive explores the theme of shared learning and innovation across supply chains and suggests that the competitive advantage of firms like Toyota owes much to sustained implmentation of this approach
In this video John Bessant talks about some of the challenges and opportuntties in the world of open collective innovation
In this TED talk Jimmy Wales explains some of the ideas behind Wikipedia and the use of open source approaches to its development
In this TED talk Charles Leadbeater makes the case for innovation becoming a much more open activity involving a wide range of stakeholders.
Local Motors Case Study This case explores a vibrant community of enthusiasts sharing ideas to co-create cars and other vehicles.
DOME final version This case describes a project to improve patient safety through learning from other sectors and offers some interesting insights into the idea of recombinant innovation.
This is an interview with Richard Philpott, founder of TheInnovationExchange and MyGreatIdea as two platforms to enable open innovation. He talks about the underlying ideas and some of the challenges facing a start-up entrepreneur. A transcript of the interview is below: Richard Philpott I: We’re very lucky today to have with us Richard Philpott
This audio interview discusses some of the issues around developing an open innovation strategy in a large public sector organization in the UK. You can find a transcript of the interview here.