Topics for open innovation
Open innovation in one of the three priority areas of the Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation Moedas.
Open innovation was defined by Chesbrough as the use of purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation, and expand the markets for external use of innovation, respectively.
Open innovation is characterised by the combined power of ideas and knowledge from different actors (whether private, public, third sector) to co-create new products and find solutions to societal needs. Open innovation is also characterised by the creation of shared economic and social value and the implications of mega-trends such as digitisation, mass participation and collaboration, and sustainability.
If you click here you will find a list of topics relevant to the priority area open innovation. The list should not be seen as exhaustive but only as a list of those topics that are particularly relevant to the priority area 'open innovation'.