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Open Innovation can take many forms, and one manifestation is open source. It’s an area that is intriguing and provides learnings for other approaches to Open Innovation. A recent article by Sarah Johnson of Seymourpowell highlighted some of the potential, and stimulated further thoughts.
A very good friend of mine works for a large, global company with multiple locations around the world, many of which are run as “hot desks”. He is in a position of responsibility, and often finds himself travelling to a different destination on the other side of the world at short notice. It’s the kind of business where looking for ways to innovate is very important, as is time management.
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The world is changing at an ever-increasing pace. There may have been times in history when the current rate of change was matched, for example the industrial revolution in the UK in the 19th century, when the balance of society changed from agriculture to industry in the space of a couple of generations. But it could certainly be argued that we are in a phase where so many markets are changing