1. Introduction

 
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Thank you for taking a few minutes to complete this survey "Open- and Networked Innovation - Landscape and Feasibility Study".

A recent quote of an executive of a top R&D multinational we met stated that "95% of the knowledge needed to meet future challenges in the organization is situated outside the company's current ecosystem". This underlines the strategic potential of "open and networked innovation" for the future. The time has gone that a company could design the future on its own.

With this study we would like to identify the landscape, current constraints and drivers and future opportunities and threats for open- and networked innovation.

All information will be analyzed in relation to a Master Study (in cooperation with Kellogg School of Management, Chicago IL & in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Wim Vanhaverbeke, ESADE Business School) and will respect confidentiality and privacy of the companies and individuals contributing to this study.

We keep the survey online for the first half year to provide access to as many as possible decisionmakers to contribute to the survey. At this moment over 100 captains of industry globally signed in and provided insights in their point of view on networked innovation.

A report on the outcomes and insights will be available mid to end 2014.

The survey will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes of your time.
Your participation is greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Joachim De Vos (contactperson: joachim.de.vos@tomorrowlab.com)
Prof. Dr. Wim Vanhaverbeke (ESADE, Exnovate)

* 1. In your opinion, the best definition of 'open- or networked innovation' is

* 2. Chesbrough (Berkeley University) states that open innovation is the use of inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate innovation.

Based on this, have you ever engaged in Open Innovation projects ?

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