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Open innovation 2.0 yearbook 2017-2018

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Open innovation 2.0 yearbook 2017-2018. European Commission, Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology. 2018.

The Open innovation 2.0 yearbook 2017-2018 builds on the experience of open innovation cases already introduced in the previous editions. Open innovation 2.0 (OI2) is gaining momentum and is scaling up in very many domains, as this publication will show. We provide new perspectives on open innovation ecosystems. How to build and run them from the process and skills perspective is of great importance when scaling up open innovation 2.0. Innovation measurement and modelling are topics we deal with as well, as it is important to understand the impact of the OI2 approach compared to traditional innovation patterns.

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

PART I - MAKING OPEN INNOVATION 2.0 OPERATIONAL

  • New skills and attitudes at the heart of modern innovation policy 
  • Innovation for adoption 
  • Arduino — a global network for digital innovation 
  • O-zones for combinatoric innovation 

PART II - E†PLATFORMS

  • Accomplissh: creating societal impact from social sciences and humanities research 
  • Novel ways to structure, manage, communicate, reuse and capitalise on multilingual knowledge in an integrated way 
  • A multi-collaborative growth model for the health and care sector: a reflection on the current state of play
  • Service innovation dynamics towards open and social innovation 

PART III - REGIONS AND CITIES

  • Co-creating smart city visions and roadmaps: bridging cultures in policymaking. Cities as game-changers for innovation .
  • Turkey: a regional hub for start-ups 

PART IV - INDUSTRY AND TRANSFORMATION

  • Open innovation: the transition from OI to OI2 (1) 
  • The future focus for open innovation 
  • Is it time for full open innovation? Reflecting on roots and renewal 
  • Things and systems — open innovation in Japan 
  • The future with big data and digital transformation is disruptive 
  • Bonus article: Open innovation 2.0 is a concept that requires a completely different way of thinking about innovation 

 

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