Profiting from open innovation

by Cecilia Thirlway, on 13 Mar 2016 1 min read

Profiting from Open innovation. Growing tulips.

We have a lot of useful information and guides coming about Open Innovation but until then here's something that takes you through Open Innovation courses.

If you’re here, reading this blog, you’ve probably got an interest in Open Innovation, or innovation generally at the very least.But while reading about the concept is useful, we know that sometimes it would be useful to have something more practical, down-to-earth and focused on teaching you how to actually do it. That’s why we’re working on some really useful guides right now, to help anyone who wants to get involved with Solverboard get the most out of the experience.

In the mean time, though, The Economist has an excellent article on profiting from Open Innovation on its executive education site. The article takes you through the key aspects of open innovation in clear, practical language, and then signposts a number of courses on the subject.

We also came across this two day course on Implementing Open Innovation at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, so you could combine learning about innovation with a quick jaunt to see the spring tulips.

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