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Click to view case study: Crisis Driven Innovation There is also a video interview with John Bessant on this topic – click here
A new report is available from the AIM website and free to download – ‘Open collective innovation’ by John Bessant and Kathrin Moeslein. It looks at the ways in which the rapidly changing knowledge context can be tapped into by a variety fo new tools and approaches, especially using Web.20 opportunities. See http://www.aimresearch.org/Publications/executive-briefing for more.
Roy Sandbach works as a Research Fellow in Procter and Gamble. This interview looks at P&G’s approach to ‘open innovation’ – ‘Connect and develop’ – and how it plays out within the organization. Roy gives a variety of examples and highlights some of the key challenges facing a large organization in this new innovation landscape.
Click to view case study: coloplast case updated version
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This is a case study based on continuing research by Professor Michelle Lowe of Tesco’s attempts to break into the US market. Click here to view Tesco There is also a video linked to this case study – click here
Competence enhancing and destroying innovation. This is an activity designed to explore patterns of innovation over time and across industries.
Innovations can be ‘architectural’ – changes in the ways different things are put together into a whole system. Examples might be a motor car, a mobile phone business, a hospital. And innovations can also be at the ‘component’ level – the parts which go into those systems – for example, the engine, brakes, fuel tank,