Open Innovation From A Practitioner's Perspective

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Cracking the Riddle

Interview with Andrew Razeghi, the author of  The Riddle: Where Ideas Come From and How To Have Better Ones

He makes several good points:

* time needs to spent asking the right question

* innovation requires lateral thinking

* groups are more innovative than individuals

* during economic downturns, innovation becomes even more important

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Read: The Global Brain

Excellent book. I especially like the way the authors have taken a variety of network-centric approaches to innovation and have presented  a solid framework for how to make sense of all the strategies. I also clearly see  how open innovation fits into their framework.

The Global Brain, by Satish Nambisan and Mohanbir Sawhney

From their book: 4-types-of-network-centric-innovation

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