In greater public scrutiny and regulation risk, Juul needs to use Open Innovation to create healthier and safer vapor products.
In a search for new products and global trends in food and beverages industry PepsiCo is turning to open innovation
“We must curb the tendency for greed and win absolute trust from consumers. So we’re now deliberating, I think we may write this into the company charter, that we will not, in perpetuity, exceed a certain number of percentage points in profit on our hardware. Our target is just this one or two percentage points. We want all consumers who buy our products not to hesitate.” Lei Jun, CEO and Founder, Xiaomi 
General Assembly utilizes an open innovation network of employers and students to develop coursework and constantly expand their innovative online curriculum
How direct-to-consumer genotype company 23andMe uses open innovation to drive genetic research
Local Motors Inc. is using open innovation to efficiently change the product development process of a typical car manufacturing company, quickly delivering low-cost and creative designs to customers.
Japan’s oldest and largest pharmaceutical company chose open innovation as a tool to compete in the race to increase R&D productivity
While governments have to deal with many of the most pressing issues of our era, their organizations are often not prepared to nurture innovation and implement disruptive solutions. To make things worse, most governments are not able to pay competitive salaries. In this article we will explore how the Argentinean government leverages open innovation processes to improve policy making
StoryCorps drives product and content generation through physical and digital crowdsourcing of human stories
Can a growing experiential entertainment company revolutionize its product offering? Leveraging open innovation and new technologies allows iFLY to soar to new heights!