Open collective innovation
Advanced Institute for Management Research
The innovation context is changing. The production of knowledge is accelerating. Knowledge creation is now a globally distributed activity. Globalisation has massively increased the range of markets and segments – putting pressure on innovation search routines to cover much more territory. The proliferation of the internet and emergence of large-scale social networks necessitates the development of new approaches to innovation. The involvement of active users in innovation is accelerating. As a result of the changing context in which innovation is taking place established organisations need to review their approaches to innovation management.
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
Report published by Advanced Institute of Management Research