Presentation on "Open Innovation: An Introduction and Overview"
Part of seminar on “Open innovation - managing innovation across organizational boundaries” at Chalmers University of Technology, organization by the Managing-In-Between (MIB) research group at the Management of Organizational Renewal and Entrepreneurship (MORE) division at the Department of Technology Management and Economics (TME).
What does open innovation really mean? How does it change how we think about innovation processes? What are the managerial and organizational implications? Join us in this seminar to explore these questions with researchers and practitioners active in the field!
About the seminar:
The Managing-In-Between research group at the Department of Technology Management and Economics invites you to an inspiring seminar around open innovation, a topic that has gained increasing interest among researchers and practitioners. This seminar will highlight how the concept of open innovation has evolved, what it actually means, and outline where the research frontier is.
The seminar will feature presentations from one of the prominent researchers in the field of open innovation, Associate Professor Marcel Bogers, University of Southern Denmark as well as researchers from the Managing-In-Between research group at Chalmers, led by Associate Professor Susanne Ollila.
After the initial presentations, we would like to invite the audience to participate in a discussion around the organizational and managerial implications of open innovation for practice. This could be especially interesting to discuss in the Chalmers context where several efforts have been made to increase collaboration and innovation across organizational boundaries, but we still need to further our knowledge of how to support and manage such initiatives.