Open Innovation Research: How Robust are the Results?

By | July 11th, 2017|Categories: Strategy, Uncategorized|

Today I have had the pleasure to present some of our (Galia, Laursen, Salter and my) recent research at the Open and User Innnovation Conference here in Innsbruck. Here are the slides. Many fields of strategic management are subject to an important degree of model uncertainty. This is because the true model, and therefore the selection [...]

Failure – Scheitern

By | July 18th, 2016|Categories: Failure, Strategy|

A couple of weeks ago here at MCI we had an long discussion with the editor-in-chief of eco.nova a regional business magazine. We talked a lot about innovation and failure, about failure as an opportunity to learn, and about failure that is so deeply related to innovation that innovation cannot be thought about without thinking about failure. Some [...]

Innovation Might not Work – Failure

By | April 10th, 2016|Categories: Entrepreneurship, Management of Innovation, Strategy, Uncategorized|

Last week we had a great session at a conference in Vienna. It was about failure. Interestingly the Austrian daily Der Standard extensively covered the session well. Find the online version of the article here. The open discussion of failure seems to be something that attracts media attention, particularly when you can show that failure presents [...]