On our 5th edition of #FintechForum, we had the privilege of having Marcel Bogers talking with us about Open Innovation and Failure. Interesting thoughts about "sharing failures and the value of failure across organizational boundaries". Watch a summary of his insights in this video:
Marcel Bogers is a Full Professor of Open & Collaborative Innovation at the Innovation, Technology Entrepreneurship & Marketing (ITEM) group at the Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences (IE&IS) of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He is also an Affiliated Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the Department of Food and Resource Economics at the Faculty of Science of the University of Copenhagen as well as a Garwood Research Fellow at the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation at the Haas School of Business of the University of California, Berkeley. His main interests center on the design, organization and management of technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. More specifically, his research explores openness and participation in innovation and entrepreneurial processes within, outside and between organizations. In this context, he has studied issues such as open innovation, business models, family businesses, users as innovators, collaborative prototyping, improvisation, and university-industry collaboration.
He's recently been recognized as with the award of Highly Cited Researcher