In 2018, our landmark State of Open Innovation survey asked leaders in nearly 100 private sector, government, and nonprofit organizations to share how they are using open innovation — from co-creation, participatory design, and crowdsourcing to prize competitions, hackathons, and accelerators — in pursuit of new approaches to complex problems.
This year, we plan to conduct the survey again. In addition to updated data and trend analysis, the State of Open Innovation 2020 will also include a new section on accelerators.
If you oversee open innovation initiatives inside an organization or know someone who does, you won’t want to miss the chance to participate.
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Our inaugural State of Open Innovation report features 30 pages of analysis, charts, and benchmarks. Inside the report:
Making the business case. Why are organizations investing in open innovation? What is the rationale for change, and what is the evidence of the evolution?
Benchmarking the practice. What does open innovation look like today, and how are organizations overcoming obstacles on the path to maturity?
Shaping the future. Where do we go from here? How will open innovation grow — inside organizations and beyond? What will it take to truly transform the way we work?
Learn what nearly 100 organizations shared in our cross-sector survey: Download the report.