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Collaborative Innovation Ensues Innovation Through Pastiche Fulgencio,2012 Icim Ppt

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A theory on putting Innovation Through Pastiche (as observed in Living Labs) as a means for Collaborative Innovation in addressing societal issues towards Social Innovation.

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Collaborative Innovation Ensues Innovation Through Pastiche Fulgencio,2012 Icim Ppt

  1. 1. Collaborative InnovationEnsues Innovation Through Pastiche Harry T. Fulgencio Msc. ICT in Business harry.fulgencio@gmail.com
  2. 2. Points of Discussion• Living Labs• Collaborative Innovation• Social Innovation• Societal Issues• Imitation or Pastiche Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  3. 3. Living Labs (LL)European Network of Living Labs 2012 Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  4. 4. Understanding LL• a user-driven open innovation ecosystem based on a business – citizens – government partnership which enables users to take an active part in the research, development and innovation. European Commission• Varied definitions Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  5. 5. LL RedefinedA human-technology interaction innovationentity utilizing a mix of methods, tools andprinciples drawn from known disciplines(design, science, ict, etc.) and set in a realenvironment and in a locale/societal scale. Inaddition, Living Lab operates in a “multi-” modethat is evident by its multi-stakeholder, andmulti-discipline, nature which eventually leadsto a multi-method approach, and oftenimplemented multi-culturally for aninternationally collaborated Living Labproject. 2012 eChallenges Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  6. 6. Collaborative Innovation• Customers are increasingly essential for development of new products and services (Greer & Lei, 2012)• Lowered cost for doing collaborative research and development (Chesbrough, 2007)• Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for Social Innovation. Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  7. 7. Social Innovation• “process of inventing, securing support for, and implementing novel solutions to social needs and problems” (Phills, et al., 2008), Stanford Social Innovation Review.• “new ideas that meet unmet needs” (Mulgan, et al., 2007), Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Oxford University. Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  8. 8. Societal Issues• Wicked problems: no clarifying traits to for taming e.g. public policy “…concerns the location of a freeway,..adjustment of a tax rate..school curricula,…” (Rittel & Webber, 1973)• Health, Environment, Clean energy and Transport, and others. (European Commission) Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  9. 9. Innovation Through Pastiche• an observable trend in the Living Labs, and should be fostered.• Varied application of Living Labs• Means to address societal issues. Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  10. 10. Imitation or Pastiche• “Innovation and Imitation are complements not substitutes”• “Most innovative firms are also generally the best imitators, and those that make best use of knowledge being created in the external environments generally make the greatest contribution themselves. ” p. 234 (Cantwell, 1999)• “exhibiting or incorporating an amalgam of different styles” Oxford Session 1a, 14 November 2012
  11. 11. Collaborative InnovationEnsues Innovation Through Pastiche Harry T. Fulgencio Msc. ICT in Business harry.fulgencio@gmail.com

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