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Exploring the Not-So-Final Frontier

By Michelle Grainger Can a co-working office space featuring free coffee, exercise machines, a vertical garden, access to conference rooms and an invitation to a weekly food-truck rodeo spur innovation? The folks who manage the Research Triangle Park Foundation think … Read More

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To Be More Open, Companies Need to Let Go

By Michelle L. Grainger How can be “letting go” lead to more open innovation? The way author and business professor Terri Griffith sees it, managers who want to be strategic about open innovation need to let go of practices that … Read More

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Five Things You Might Not Know About Santokh Badesha

By Michelle Grainger Santokh Badesha may be one of CIMS’s newest Industrial Fellows—he was appointed in the spring of 2013—but his face is familiar to most CIMS members, other fellows both Industrial and Academic, and many in the innovation management … Read More

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