“What Open Innovation can bring to the Crisis is speed. Open innovation is saving time, which is important in times of crisis”
“We are paying attention on new things, and new trends, but we need to focus more on how to get business results from these past and current innovations”
“We have to disseminate and absorb innovation before generating new innovations”
“We have to change the public administration to be faster and allow innovation inside Governments. Open Innovation can support in the next phase of the crisis on how we recover and how we grow. Of course, the path forward is not going back to the situation before.”
“Innovation has two components, it has an invention part as a discovery of new knowledge, and it has the commercialization part, where you bring this knowledge to the market”
Faculty Director, Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation
UC Berkeley-Haas School of Business
also, Maire Tecnimont Professor of Open Innovation, Luiss University, Rome
also, founder, World Open Innovation Conference
also, Advisor, National Innovation Fund of Italy
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