Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2013
Luxemburgo, OPOCE, 2013
In the European context, open innovation is now used as a synonym for modern, highly dynamic and interactive processes. Linear and sequential mindsets are slowly changing to be more opportunistic, more daring and more action-oriented. We need to move from having ‘perfect plans for yesterday’ to an innovation culture which fosters experimentation and prototyping in real-world settings. This new innovation culture leads to simultaneous technological and societal innovation and encouragement. We need to be daring and also experiment with disruptive approaches as gradual improvement does not properly reflect the potential that the omnipresent, fast-developing ICT provides for parallel innovations.
The objective of Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2013 is to create a manifesto and platform for sustainable growth enabled through Innovation 2.0. The main goal is to build towards a collective vision/ambition and leverage the collaborative intelligence and muscle to create a virtuous circle of sustainable growth which enables new services, sustainability, improved quality of life and new jobs.
Resolución de 30 de abril de 2013, de la Secretaría de Estado para la Unión Europea, por la que se publican las ayudas correspondientes al ejercicio 2013, para la celebración de actividades divulgativas y acciones de comunicación, sobre asuntos relacionados con el ámbito de sus competencias (BOE 117/5136, 16.5.2013)