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  • Latest Conference Research on Innovation Ecosystems
    by Joel West on July 3, 2020 at 10:26 pm

    On June 18-19, we were scheduled to hold an ecosystem conference in Copenhagen, at the end of the annual DRUID conference. The conference was for papers being developed for a special issue of Research Policy, entitled “Innovation Ecosystems and Ecosystem Innovation.” Alas, disease, travel restrictions and economic collapse cancelled those plans.Instead we held an online conference, modeled on the earlier 2012 conference for the Open Innovation special issue of Research Policy.With the online conference, we had the same guest editors as originally planned: Carliss Baldwin, Marcel Bogers, Rahul Kapoor and Joel West. As with the original conference plans — and the 2012 conference for the earlier SI — the goal was to have a developmental workshop, to both highlight good work and improve the quality of the eventual submissions.Keynotes The conference had three keynotes. As noted previously, the two keynotes on Friday focused on publishing in Research Policy and in the special issue. Thursday’s opening keynote by Carliss Baldwin was provocatively entitled “A Scientific Theory of Ecosystems (and Platforms).” Not surprisingly, it provided a sneak peak into the ecosystems chapter of her forthcoming Design Rules (Volume 2), which is being released in chapter form on SSRN. Papers We also invited presentation of the same 22 papers accepted for the originally planned for a face to face conference. They were presented in eight sessions in two parallel tracks across the two days. Maksim Belitski, Gimme Shelter or Fade Away: Innovation Ecosystems, Firm Productivity and Innovation Federica Ceci, Ecosystem Dynamics and Platform Survival: An Empirical Investigation of Anonymous Online Blackmarkets Carmelo Cennamo , Distinguishing Between Platforms and Ecosystems: Complementarities, Value Creation and Coordination Mechanisms Maria Halbinger, Fixing Your 3D Printer: How Community-Based Ecosystems Solve Tool-Related Problems and Enable Innovation Marianne Harbo Frederiksen, The Birth of an Innovation Ecosystem: An Engagement Intensity Approach to the Danish Drone Ecosystem Jianxi Luo, An Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem Strategy: Suntech and the Rise of a New Solar PV Ecosystem in China Milan Miric, How Does Competition Influence the Innovative Effort of Self-Rewarded Innovators? Evidence from a Mobile Application Marketplace Sven Niederhoefer, Betting on the Right Horse: Ecosystem Participation Strategies in the Smart Home Market Paul Olk, Creating New Models of Ecosystem Leadership: The Role of R&D Consortia in the Alzheimer’s Research Ecosystem Ksenia Podoynitsyna, Activity Configuration as Part of Ecosystem Strategy: Implications for Firm Performance Yovin Sadasing, Building and Shaping a Platform-based Ecosystem in a Nascent Market by a Start-up Jens Schmidt, Microfoundations of Integration in Innovation Ecosystems Sime Serge, How Do Focal Firms’ Technology and Actor Ecosystem Complexity Affect Value Creation? Evidence from the Semiconductor Industry Sungyong Um, The Role of Exogenous Codebases in the Success of Digital Products in Digital Platform Ecosystems: A Network Perspective Richard Tee, Open Standards and the Dynamics of Platform Competition: Analyzing the Nascent Podcasting Ecosystem Marc Van Dyck, Platform Leadership in an Emerging Industrial Ecosystem: Managing Strategic Openness Dennis van Kampen, Managing Legacy: Developing Ecosystems Against a Backdrop of Existing Relations and Interdependencies Wim Vanhaverbeke, The Dynamics of Establishing and Orchestrating an Ecosystem to Enter a New Market: The Case of the Pet Pack Dog Insurance in Belgium Pegah Yaghmaie, The Roles of Different Actors in the Belgian and Dutch Nano-electronics Innovation Ecosystems: Extending the Framework With Knowledge Partners Markos Zachariadis, Building Platform Ecosystems in Banking: Challenges and Trade-offs in Response to Regulatory Change in the UK Huanren Zhang, Cooperation and Competition in Innovation Ecosystem Marina Zhang, The Emergence and Development of China’s Mobile Payments Industry: An Ecosystem Perspective Virtual arrangements chair Marcel Bogers rounded up seven celebrity discussants: Oliver Alexy, Erkko Autio, Henry Chesbrough, Ann Majcharzak, Geoffrey Parker, PK Toh and Marshall van Alstyne. As both a moderator and author, I know the authors greatly appreciate their insights and perspective.PostersIn addition to these papers, we had 11 poster presentations — most accepted based on an extended abstract rather than full paper: Roman Barwinski, Towards Conceptualizing Legitimation in Ecosystems in the Digital Age: Insights from 3D-Printing Thomas Hurni, Striving for Trust in Ecosystems - How Cooperation Emerges Between Competitors Ivana Kostovska , Ecosystem Interdependence: Identifying Challenges for Effective Ecosystem Orchestration Jennifer Kuan, How DARPA Modularized the Semiconductor Industry Lucas Miehe, Heterogeneous Innovation Ecosystem Governance Strategies to Manage Complementors Debora Moretti, Investigating Orchestration When Ecosystems Start to Converge Maria Jose Murcia, Orchestrating a Sustainability-oriented Innovation Ecosystem: The Case of FPInnovations and the Canadian Forest Products Industry Roser Pujadas, Digital Interfacing and the Dynamics of Digital Ecosystems: Lessons from an Online Travel Ecosystem Fabien Rezac, Exploring Orchestration of Value Co-creation Processes in Ecosystems Masaharu Tsujimoto, The Integrative Capabilities of Emerging Ecosystems — The Case of Contactless IC “FeliCa” Ecosystems Yuan Zhou, Exploring Network Communities in Innovation Ecosystem: Moderating Effects of Collaboration Complementarity

  • Publishing in a Research Policy special issue
    by Joel West on June 25, 2020 at 4:36 am

    Research Policy remains the top journal in innovation studies, and the only one in the FT 50 list. For readers who haven’t published in RP (or published recently), I thought I would summarize two conference talks last week about how to publish in RP.Last Thursday and Friday, Carliss Baldwin, Marcel Bogers, Rahul Kapoor and I cohosted a conference for our planned RP special issue on “Innovation Ecosystems and Ecosystem Innovation”. It was originally intended to be in Copenhagen after the end of DRUID, but — like so much else this year — it was forced online by the pan(ic)demic and associated travel restrictions.As with the earlier 2014 SI, this team of four guest editors is working with a specific member of the journal’s 13-member board of editors. For this special issue, Ammon Salter will be enforcing RP standards as the so-called Lead Editor. On Friday, both Ammon and I (based mainly on my 2014 experience) talked about publishing in Research Policy.Ammon Salter: “Introduction to Research Policy”Ammon started with a review of RP and its impact (probably redundant for a virtual room full of scholars who are eager to publish in RP). This included its rankings in the ABS and FT lists, as well as the Google Scholar ranking of innovation and entrepreneurship where RP is #1, well ahead of a virtual dead heat between ETP/JBV/SBE).Among some of the general advice: have a central focus on innovation/technology questions don’t cite articles based on their journal ranking (i.e. only “A” journals) rather than where the most relevant research is published avoid a “utopian” view of the theory or phenomenon For the special issue, Ammon emphasized the importance of making a contribution relevant to a general innovation audience — in addition to any contribution(s) to the topic of the special issue.There was a bit of a disagreement with the audience over Ammon’s claim that “RP does not require a strong theoretical contribution”; the conclusion of one attendee (consistent with my own) is that whether or not the editors demand such theory, the current batch of reviewers certainly do so.In response, Ammon revised his statement: “If the paper is poorly informed by theory, that’s a problem.” This I believe is an apt summary of what I saw in 5+ years as a special issue editor (and briefly RP AE): no matter how strong or weak the novelty of the contribution, if the paper isn’t anchored to (“informed by”) theory, it won’t be published in a good journal.Joel West: “Publishing in the RP Special Issue” In my own talk, I summarized the guest editors’ goals  Integrate, synthesize ecosystem research Attract new authors, insights, contributions Make ecosystems visible to broader innovation community After reviewing the submission process, I projected how we would apply RP and other top journal principles to the editing of the special issues. Below are 4 slides, which includes my general concerns about qualitative methods: Since the conference, we have posted a FAQ with updated guidelines for special issue submission. Clarity Above All One topic produced unanimity among the editorial team: Ammon: “Have a clear story to tell — one that you could tell in a 2-minute elevator pitch.’ Carliss: “The greatest sin is to confuse your reader. A linear flow is essential across and within paragraphs.” In my (brief) time as an AE, I developed a slogan If you don’t know what your paper is about, how are we supposed to know? Clearly clarity is valued by the editor, by reviewers and of course by the eventual readers of the journal. I am still amazed when I find a virtually unreadable paper in a respectable (“B”/“B+”) innovation journal: how did this paper make it through the process? If you look at our 2014 special issue — edited by West, Salter, Vanhaverbeke and Chesbrough — we at least got this part right. The papers differ somewhat in their impact, but I think if you look at every single paper, it’s clear what the paper is trying to accomplish and what evidence was used to achieve that result. 

  • Research Opportunities for Network Forms of OI
    by Joel West on June 21, 2019 at 10:48 pm

    At #RnDParis2019 Thursday, I gave a “master class” on the network forms of open innovation: alliances, communities, crowds, consortia, ecosystems and platforms. It was a standing room only session: it appears that there are a lot of innovation researchers (particularly those new in their careers) who want to learn more about this area and the research opportunities.Interest in the network form of OI began with Wim Vanhaverbeke’s chapters in our 2006 book, Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm. I extended the idea with a chapter in our 2014 book, New Frontiers in Open Innovation. In several other papers (West et al 2006, 2014; West & Bogers, 2014), we noted the emphasis of OI research on dyadic collaboration between firms, and the dearth of research on OI in platforms, ecosystems, and so on.There are many opportunities both for network research informed by OI, and using OI to inform one or more of the network forms of interorganizational cooperation.My slides are up on Slideshare. I welcome any feedback or questions.References Joel West and Marcel Bogers, “Leveraging External Sources of Innovation: A Review of Research on Open Innovation,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 31, 4 (July 2014): 814-831. DOI: 10.1111/jpim.12125 Joel West, Wim Vanhaverbeke and Henry Chesbrough, “Open Innovation: A Research Agenda,” in Henry Chesbrough, Wim Vanhaverbeke and Joel West, eds., Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 285-307. Joel West, Ammon Salter, Wim Vanhaverbeke, Henry Chesbrough, “Open innovation: The next decade,” Special Issue on Open Innovation: New Insights and Evidence, Research Policy, 43, 5 (June 2014): 805-811. DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2014.03.001

  • Reviewing research on 3D Printing
    by Joel West on June 19, 2019 at 4:26 pm

    At #RnDParis2019 today, I presented an updated overview of the business and economic research on #3Dprinting — almost all in the past five years. The talk was part of two 3DP sessions within the 2019 R&D Management Conferece hosted by Thierry Rayna, Frank Piller & I. They were also the follow up to the 2019 3D printing workshop hosted at École Polytechnique and the 2014 workshop held at RWTH Aachen.The talk covered these themes History of 3D printing industry (from West & Kuk, 2016) Some stats on management/business research on 3D printing Ideas and suggestions on how 3D printing research could have more impact My slides have been uploaded to SlideShare. The full list of references is found as a Google Doc here. Please send me any corrections (although I will filter the list for business/econ publications). Existing Publications Using SSCI business/management papers I found 82 papers that mention "3D printing" or "3D printers" in the topic. Interestingly, 30% of the SSCI citations are to the 17 papers in Technology Forecasting and Social Change, most to the January 2016 special issue on 3D printing. (I have the unviable claim to have published the least cited paper in the special issue — a case study on Makerbot). Having a Greater ImpactToday I repeated a call I made at last year’s workshop. In it, I encouraged scholars — or at least those who need to make careers at status-conscious universities — to have more rigorous research that can be published in the top journals: Strong empirics Stronger theory, more general contribution Get beyond the phenomenon The latter point is to have an impact beyond 3D printing research. I cited two literatures where I’ve contributed (but much later than others) to finding implications beyond the industry and phenomenon: Open source: Managing online communities; Coordinating, governing decentralized production; Fine-tuning degrees of openness Crowdsourcing: Matching seekers/solvers; Motivating contributors; Optimizing collaboration models How far has 3D printing come so far? In my database of 3D printing articles, I found 7 papers in either FT or near-FT journals: Ben-Ner & Siemsen, “Decentralization and Localization of Production: The Organizational and Economic Consequences of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing),” California Management Review, 2017 Garmulewicz et al, “Disruptive Technology as an Enabler of the Circular Economy: What Potential Does 3D Printing Hold?” California Management Review, 2018 Unruh, “Circular Economy, 3D Printing, and the Biosphere Rules,” California Management Review, 2018 d’Aveni, “The 3-D printing revolution,” Harvard Business Review, 2015 Rindfleisch et al, “The Digital Revolution, 3D Printing, and Innovation as Data,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 2017 Kyriakou et al, “Knowledge Reuse For Customization: Metamodels In An Open Design Community For 3D Printing,” MIS Quarterly, 2017 Greul et al, “Open at birth? Why new firms do (or don't) use open innovation,” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2018 #1-5 are really about managerial implications of 3D printing: something of interest that needs to be published, but most will have limited influence beyond 3D printing. #6 is about Thingiverse, and contributes to the literature on knowledge sharing and reuse in online communities (a recent topic of interest by MISQ). #7 is the paper that I, Anne Greul and Simon Bock first presented at the 2014 workshop (where it was just a research plan with no data). It is about how startup companies use inbound open innovation to launch their firms, and how they practice selective revealing: the sample is of startup 3D printer manufacturers.By comparison, the first special issue on open source (Research Policy June 2003) was about the phenomenon — with modest methods. The second special issue (Management Science July 2006) was about better methods and (in some cases) a more direct contribution to generalizable theory.

  • Special Issue: Emerging Technologies
    by Joel West on April 5, 2019 at 1:06 pm

    Call for Papers Special Issue of Organization Science: Emerging Technologies and OrganizingSpecial Issue Editors: Diane Bailey, University of Texas at Austin School of Information Samer Faraj, McGill University Pamela Hinds, Stanford University Georg von Krogh, ETH Zurich Paul Leonardi, UC Santa Barbara Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotics, digital platforms, social media, digital traces, blockchain, and 3D printing are increasingly reshaping human action and interaction in domains as varied as consumer credit-risk assessment, product design, platform work, healthcare diagnosis, hiring, predictive policing, custom manufacturing, automated fraud detection, consumer services, and surveillance. From organizational boundaries to employment relationships to individuals’ identification with organizations, these technologies are increasingly deployed in almost every process, form, and condition for organizing; their adoption and use are thereby calling into question our fundamental theories and ideas about organizations and organizing. This Special Issue seeks to advance scholarly understanding of how these theories and ideas need to evolve in the context of these new technologies.…Timeline April 1, 2019: Call announced January 15, 2020: Submission February 1, 2020: Initial screening decisions April 1, 2020: First round of editorial decisions (reviews, desk rejects) September 15, 2020: Resubmissions November 15, 2020: Second round of editorial decisions (rejects, second review) February 15, 2021: Final resubmission April 1, 2021: Final decision or minor revisions handled by editors only End of summer, 2021: Expected publication Paper Development ActivitiesThe topic of emerging technologies is rapidly building momentum in the scholarly community. Yet, recognizing the novelty of the phenomenon, the Special Issue (SI) editors plan to organize a series of meetings and a paper development workshop to help authors advance their work toward high-quality submissions. All of these events are optional. They include: “Meet the SI Editors” session at the Conference on Organizing in the Era of Digital Technology, ETH Zurich Conference Facility at Monte Verita: June 12–15, 2019 “Meet the SI Editors” session at the Academy of Management: August 9–13, 2019 Paper Development Workshop, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA: October 10–11, 2019 (details to follow). For the full CFP, see the Org Sci website.

  • Federal Circuit Shoots Down Apple Bid to Strike Certain Voip-Pal Claims Upheld by PTAB
    by Eileen McDermott on September 27, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    In the latest episode of a long-running saga between Apple and Voip-Pal, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Friday denied Apple’s request to reverse the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s (PTAB’s) determination that 15 claims of Voip-Pal’s voice over IP communications patents were not invalid for obviousness. The Court also affirmed the PTAB’s sanctions order, which Apple had appealed because the Board did not enter adverse judgment against Voip-Pal or vacate the final written...

  • ‘Lead Development’ in Compound Claim Challenges
    by Amit Tailor on September 26, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    In an earlier article, “Tips for Selecting a ‘Lead Compound’ in Compound Claim Challenges,” I introduced an approach derived by U.S. federal courts called the “lead compound analysis,” and discussed the first stage of the analysis – “Lead Selection”. This post discusses the second stage – “Lead Development”. The lead development analysis involves assessment of the efforts required for modifying the lead compound to arrive at the claimed compound. As with the case of lead selection, the lead...

  • Other Barks & Bites for Friday, September 25: Anonymous Precedential Decision Nominations at the PTAB, CAFC Rules on IPR Prior Art Estoppel in District Court and DOJ Issues Section 230 Proposals
    by IPWatchdog on September 25, 2020 at 6:15 pm

    This week in Other Barks & Bites: China’s IP administration releases draft provisions on the protection of geographical indications; Chief APJ Scott Boalick announces a new form for PTAB practitioners to anonymously nominate PTAB decisions for precedential status; Shira Perlmutter is announced as the 14th Register of Copyrights; the Federal Circuit finds that Hewlett-Packard’s IPR joinder doesn’t trigger Section 315(e)(2) prior art estoppel during civil actions in district court; the...

  • Analyzing Vastly Different First Action Final Rejection Outcomes Following Recent Policy Change (Part II)
    by Julie Burke, Ph.D. on September 25, 2020 at 11:15 am

    The USPTO recently revised Manual of Patent Examination Procedure (MPEP) Section 706.07(b) to retroactively impose a first action final rejection (FAFR) policy that significantly reduces patent applicants’ options (MPEP, E9R10.2019. Fed. Reg. Vol. 85, No. 133 page 41,571). In Part 1 of this two-part series, we analyzed the final agency decision provided by the USPTO as basis for the FAFR policy change. Here, in Part II, we analyze petition decisions relating to FAFRs made on amended claims...

  • UK Judge Upholds Refusal of DABUS Patents
    by James Nurton on September 24, 2020 at 8:15 pm

    In the latest decision regarding inventions made by the DABUS artificial intelligence machine, the England & Wales High Court has upheld two decisions of the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) deeming the UK patent applications to be withdrawn. In a judgment on September 21, Mr Justice Marcus Smith found that all the grounds of appeal filed by the applicant, Dr Thaler, must be dismissed. (Thaler v The Comptroller-General of Patents, Designs And Trade Marks [2020] EWHC 2412 (Pat).) As...

  • Inventions in Medicine That Made a Difference
    by Maria Jones on July 6, 2020 at 5:50 pm

    For thousands of years humans have been experimenting and developing new ways to treat the sick. When looking back, we may view some of the earliest treatments as silly or even crazy, but it was that drive to invent and develop ways to heal people that brought us the incredible advancements in the medical field... Read More The post Inventions in Medicine That Made a Difference appeared first on InventHelp Blog.

  • Products & Services That Have Gotten Us Through Social Distancing
    by Maria Jones on May 8, 2020 at 3:58 pm

    Social distancing is not a new concept, but we have never seen anything quite like the current situation caused by Coronavirus. According to The New York Times, The concept of staying home and isolated from friends, families, and colleagues was brought up in 2006, but was seen as impractical and unnecessary to do during a... Read More The post Products & Services That Have Gotten Us Through Social Distancing appeared first on InventHelp Blog.

  • How To Stay Creative While Staying Safe From Coronavirus
    by Maria Jones on April 24, 2020 at 3:27 pm

    Something that we don’t often get out of life is a time to do absolutely nothing but sit at home. Busy schedules, work, and responsibilities can stop us from putting time and effort into things we find personally rewarding. Inventors tend to put off their ideas and creativity due to a lack of time in... Read More The post How To Stay Creative While Staying Safe From Coronavirus appeared first on InventHelp Blog.

  • The Hottest Product Trends at Toy Fair New York 2020
    by Maria Jones on March 6, 2020 at 7:29 pm

    Toy Fair happens annually in New York City. More than 1,000 exhibitors from around the world come to display approximately 150,000 toy products every year. Over the years, some of the world’s most popular toys have made their debut at Toy Fair. Barbie made her first ever appearance at the 1995 show. Flash forward to... Read More The post The Hottest Product Trends at Toy Fair New York 2020 appeared first on InventHelp Blog.

  • The Best Inventor Tips for the New Decade
    by Maria Jones on February 20, 2020 at 7:46 pm

    It seems crazy to believe that a new decade is already here! We’re saying “goodbye” to the 2010s – the decade that gave us the iPad, hoverboards, smart watches, and self-driving cars – because it’s time to say hello to the 2020’s! The biggest question that we’ll be asking: what will this decade bring for... Read More The post The Best Inventor Tips for the New Decade appeared first on InventHelp Blog.

  • Tethered Home Security Drone
    by /u/Stretch480 on September 27, 2020 at 8:08 pm

    My idea is essentially a home security drone that self stores itself inside a locked weather proof box that is mounted to your roof. The box would be anchored to your roof and supplied with power via solar or a hardwired A/C connection. When the drone deploys it would be tethered to the box and supplied power and data connectivity directly from the tether. The weight of the tether would need to be minimal so it would need to be able to hold onto the drone and reel it back in strong winds while also not weighing it down and allowing it to get a good vantage point. A braid of strong fishing line wrapped around an ethernet cable and +/- power conductors? The Data would go from the drone to the storage box which would connect to your home wifi. I imagine the storage box could have solar cells on the top that could charge a battery held inside incase the power goes out. Most small hobby drones use batteries and have the ability to climb up to high altitudes at crazy speeds. Im envisioning a smaller size/shape drone with no battery needed and the ability to automate its security tasks while being quieter than traditional drones. The drone could accomplish some of the following. Above home surveillance with movement detection: Drone deploys and Flys up to an altitude that allows it to fly around and see most homes property line (100' or so). If movement is detected on the ground it would hover over the area and send back pictures as well as monitor the moving objects time on your property. The Drone could fly as low as the roof and "investigate" as needed. If maintenance is needed the drone could fly to the owners location as they stand in the driveway or some accessible location on the property and land until the maintenance is completed. Roof Bird/Pest Deterent: The storage box could incorporate sensors to detect birds or pests and make sounds to deter them away. Direct weather report: (Temperature, Wind speed, daily scenic pictures) It would be nice to get daily sunrise/sunset pictures from your house. Maybe even a shot of the roads leading away from your house to give you an idea of early morning traffic? The drone could be triggered by a doorbell camera, a user's geo location (arriving or leaving the house), or a daily schedule. Most outdoor cameras are several hundred dollars as well as small drones. I imagine something like this could go for $400-600. submitted by /u/Stretch480 [link] [comments]

  • Wireless charging road
    by /u/goatw100 on September 27, 2020 at 10:05 am

    I am trying to make a wireless charging mat/road so that my 3D printed wireless charging car can drive on the mat/road without running out of charge. The only way that I can think of doing this is to have multiple wireless charging discs (they have to be a certain size so that the current can get all the way around the copper coils) but I’m not sure if you could use a figure of eight design and effectively have the same amount of copper wire but in a figure of eight pattern so that it would cover more ground. Would this work? Any other ideas would be much appreciated too. Thanks submitted by /u/goatw100 [link] [comments]

  • How can I adapt my iPad to have 2 charging ports
    by /u/goatw100 on September 27, 2020 at 10:01 am

    I am trying to make a wireless charging case for my iPad using my 3D printer I was going to make it so that it would have a wireless charging adaptor (which plugs into the charging port to work) but then also make it so that I could charge my iPad normally meaning that I would need 2 charging ports in my 3D printed case. I know that it can be done because wireless chargers can have multiple outgoing ports. But I’m not sure if there’s some type of adaptor or if I need to take a wireless charger apart to get the components for my design. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated Cheers submitted by /u/goatw100 [link] [comments]

  • A stupid windup, portable video player
    by /u/thespiderguy7223 on September 27, 2020 at 8:37 am

    Using a windup "music box" handle for power, a handheld video using lenticular printed picture and a small wax phonograph cylinder that plays the sound. And it can somehow rotate the picture and plays the sound in sync. Sorry this was a bright idea I had in the shower lol submitted by /u/thespiderguy7223 [link] [comments]

  • I have an invention idea that pairs some newer tech with older tech that solves a long standing issue for a specific consumer group. What’s the next step?
    by /u/vinersking on September 27, 2020 at 6:36 am

    I have an “invention” idea that I’d love to turn into a product. There is a company that has recently come up with some new tech that would pair perfectly with another type of existing tech that is widely used. As far as I know, no one has put the two together, and I don’t know that either company has the idea. I also know that the combo of these two technologies will solve a long standing problem for a specific consumer group. How do I move forward? I imagine I’d have to strike some kind of licensing deal for the tech from Company A, then shop it to Company B in hopes of a deal. But I’m no business man, so not really sure. Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated. submitted by /u/vinersking [link] [comments]

  • Protect Your Business: How Asset Tracking Software Can Help Establish a Strong Emergency Response Plan
    by admin on September 24, 2020 at 2:04 pm

    Have you secured your business against natural or man made disasters? Businesses cannot forecast disasters, but it is important to have a robust emergency plan in place so you can protect your employees, business assets, and information. This is also … Continue reading → The post Protect Your Business: How Asset Tracking Software Can Help Establish a Strong Emergency Response Plan appeared first on EZOfficeInventory Blog - Asset Tracking Software.

  • Improve Construction Project Performance by Running 3 Actionable Asset Tracking Reports
    by admin on September 14, 2020 at 1:55 pm

    Construction businesses worldwide are implementing asset tracking to record the movement of tools and equipment across locations. When implemented correctly,  asset tracking can drastically reduce costs, improve productivity and enable optimization.   This is important since construction companies face operational and … Continue reading → The post Improve Construction Project Performance by Running 3 Actionable Asset Tracking Reports appeared first on EZOfficeInventory Blog - Asset Tracking Software.

  • [How-to] Implement User Provisioning via SCIM with Azure AD in EZOfficeInventory
    by admin on September 7, 2020 at 1:51 pm

    EZOfficeInventory integrates with the SCIM protocol so you can manage the identity data of your employees on the cloud and seamlessly provision them access and user rights into the EZOffficeInventory application from any identity provider including Azure AD. 1.What is … Continue reading → The post [How-to] Implement User Provisioning via SCIM with Azure AD in EZOfficeInventory appeared first on EZOfficeInventory Blog - Asset Tracking Software.

  • Back to School with Remote Learners? Incorporate School Asset Management Software to Streamline Classes
    by admin on August 31, 2020 at 2:25 pm

    Over the past few months, schools across the world  have rapidly adopted remote teaching to ensure that student learning is not affected by the pandemic. A Gallup survey conducted earlier this year found that children learning remotely through a school-sponsored … Continue reading → The post Back to School with Remote Learners? Incorporate School Asset Management Software to Streamline Classes appeared first on EZOfficeInventory Blog - Asset Tracking Software.

  • Customize Invoice Templates with EZOfficeInventory
    by admin on August 24, 2020 at 1:06 pm

    Invoice labels carry essential information about assets. In order to provide accurate details, they should be designed precisely. EZOfficeInventory offers customization options to enable users to add relevant information on invoice templates. This feature can be accessed from More → … Continue reading → The post Customize Invoice Templates with EZOfficeInventory appeared first on EZOfficeInventory Blog - Asset Tracking Software.

  • Back to Basics: Idea Generation
    by Casey Carroll on September 25, 2020 at 2:11 am

    We know that being an entrepreneur can be exhausting and difficult at times. With that said, it can be good to restart your brain. What better way to do this than to go back to the basics? In this blog post, we are going to look over and review the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. You never... Continue reading → The post Back to Basics: Idea Generation appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • InvENting 101: Stay Motivated!
    by Casey Carroll on August 25, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    We here at Edison Nation know that with busy lives, family obligations, work and everything going on in the world around us, it’s difficult to stay motivated. That’s why we decided to revisit one of our older blogs “InvENting 101: Finding Your Motivation.” Let’s do this, let’s get motivated! Does this quote inspire, motivate, and... Continue reading → The post InvENting 101: Stay Motivated! appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Bluetooth: Part 1
    by Casey Carroll on August 17, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Written by Jeremy Loslaw, Eventys There are more Bluetooth enabled devices in the world than there are people. Such is the importance and widespread adoption of the short range wireless technology that more than 2 billion Bluetooth products have shipped each year since 2013, topping out at approximately 4 billion devices last year and still... Continue reading → The post Bluetooth: Part 1 appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 2)
    by Casey Carroll on July 28, 2020 at 1:53 am

    Stop! Warning! Danger! …Not this time! The color red seems to be best associated with negative things. Red meaning stop, don’t go there, don’t do that. We also know that it’s not what you want to see after you submit your idea for a licensing opportunity but we want to challenge you to see the... Continue reading → The post Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 2) appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 1)
    by Casey Carroll on July 8, 2020 at 8:40 pm

    We recently published an article detailing our team’s step-by-step process for product selection. If you missed it, you can read the “Fly on the Wall” post here.  After publishing the article, we thought it was important to follow up with what happens when your product doesn’t get selected. We briefly discussed this in the previous... Continue reading → The post Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 1) appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • U.S. Dyson Award Honors Breath Glucometer Inventor
    by Inventors Digest on September 25, 2020 at 2:53 am

    This year’s U.S. national James Dyson Award winner, Thipok (Poom) Cholsaipant, invented the world’s first breath glucometer for people living with prediabetes. The post U.S. Dyson Award Honors Breath Glucometer Inventor appeared first on Inventors Digest.

  • GIPA Expands to Unite in IP Mission
    by Inventors Digest on September 25, 2020 at 2:49 am

    The U.S. Intellectual Property Alliance is a new organization, built from GIPA partnering and support, with a mission to bring together national organizations and ecosystem constituents for the betterment of intellectual property in the United States. The post GIPA Expands to Unite in IP Mission appeared first on Inventors Digest.

  • Going International
    by Edith G. Tolchin on September 1, 2020 at 1:07 am

    Whether you manufacture your product in another country, arrange for it to be shipped from one country to another, or ship raw materials or components that comprise your invention into a country that will assemble and/or manufacture your product, at one time or another you will employ the services of either a customs broker or a freight forwarder. The post Going International appeared first on Inventors Digest.

  • 2020 Patent Market: Bullish or Bearish?
    by Gene Quinn on September 1, 2020 at 1:07 am

    Six IP experts offer their predictions—and their unanimity is a pleasant surprise. There is real optimism because license deals are getting done, and policy changes show evolutionary changes in the IP ecosystem. The post 2020 Patent Market: Bullish or Bearish? appeared first on Inventors Digest.

  • An Alarm Clock That Runs Away
    by Inventors Digest on September 1, 2020 at 1:07 am

    It’s a clock, of course. But the wheels tell you it’s something very different: specifically, an alarm clock that runs away if you don’t shut it off in time. The post An Alarm Clock That Runs Away appeared first on Inventors Digest.

  • Back to Basics: Idea Generation
    by Casey Carroll on September 25, 2020 at 2:11 am

    We know that being an entrepreneur can be exhausting and difficult at times. With that said, it can be good to restart your brain. What better way to do this than to go back to the basics? In this blog post, we are going to look over and review the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. You never... Continue reading → The post Back to Basics: Idea Generation appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • InvENting 101: Stay Motivated!
    by Casey Carroll on August 25, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    We here at Edison Nation know that with busy lives, family obligations, work and everything going on in the world around us, it’s difficult to stay motivated. That’s why we decided to revisit one of our older blogs “InvENting 101: Finding Your Motivation.” Let’s do this, let’s get motivated! Does this quote inspire, motivate, and... Continue reading → The post InvENting 101: Stay Motivated! appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Bluetooth: Part 1
    by Casey Carroll on August 17, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Written by Jeremy Loslaw, Eventys There are more Bluetooth enabled devices in the world than there are people. Such is the importance and widespread adoption of the short range wireless technology that more than 2 billion Bluetooth products have shipped each year since 2013, topping out at approximately 4 billion devices last year and still... Continue reading → The post Bluetooth: Part 1 appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 2)
    by Casey Carroll on July 28, 2020 at 1:53 am

    Stop! Warning! Danger! …Not this time! The color red seems to be best associated with negative things. Red meaning stop, don’t go there, don’t do that. We also know that it’s not what you want to see after you submit your idea for a licensing opportunity but we want to challenge you to see the... Continue reading → The post Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 2) appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 1)
    by Casey Carroll on July 8, 2020 at 8:40 pm

    We recently published an article detailing our team’s step-by-step process for product selection. If you missed it, you can read the “Fly on the Wall” post here.  After publishing the article, we thought it was important to follow up with what happens when your product doesn’t get selected. We briefly discussed this in the previous... Continue reading → The post Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 1) appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Oreo Have Brought Back Their Maple Creme Cookies For Fall
    by Rowena Marie Callejo on September 27, 2020 at 10:16 am

    In August last year, the Oreo Maple Creme Cookies started hitting shelves which made our autumn season much sweeter. Due to popular demand, the cookie brand is bringing back its fall-inspired flavor to give us all the autumn feels. And it goes without saying that we are likely to spend the entire fall season devouring The post Oreo Have Brought Back Their Maple Creme Cookies For Fall appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • Wrap-Up In This Weighted Blanket With Sleeves So You Can Feel Boiling Through Winter
    by Rowena Marie Callejo on September 27, 2020 at 4:15 am

    As the colder season draws nearer, it’s only practical to get ourselves ready to face the frigid weather. Needless to say, thick blankets are going to be a must-have if you want to keep yourself warm in winter. Since we are likely to be snuggled up in warm blankets, why not make ourselves more comfortable The post Wrap-Up In This Weighted Blanket With Sleeves So You Can Feel Boiling Through Winter appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • Leverage The ‘Force’ To Grow Your Plants With A Baby Yoda Succulent Planter
    by Rowena Marie Callejo on September 27, 2020 at 4:15 am

    Last year, Disney+’s The Mandalorian achieved pop culture domination thanks to the sensation that is Baby Yoda. And it seems like the world’s obsession with the adorable Star Wars icon is still going strong. If you’re one of those who have hopelessly succumbed to the irresistible cuteness of the infant-sized Jedi master then this Baby The post Leverage The ‘Force’ To Grow Your Plants With A Baby Yoda Succulent Planter appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • 35 Cute Pictures Of Foxes That Show How Adorable They Really Are
    by Rowena Marie Callejo on September 27, 2020 at 4:08 am

    Foxes are often depicted as sly and cunning tricksters. But are they really? These fox pictures will show that they are far from these stereotypes. And it’s about time we give these lovely creatures the attention and appreciation they deserve. Yes, foxes are not as companionable as dogs, we’ll give you that. But that doesn’t The post 35 Cute Pictures Of Foxes That Show How Adorable They Really Are appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • This Heated Folding Chair Will Keep Your Butt Nice And Toasty While Outdoors
    by Rowena Marie Callejo on September 27, 2020 at 2:15 am

    Are you ready to embrace the cold weather? With this heated folding chair, you can stay comfortably warm in the outdoors despite the cold weather. Summer is nearing its end and this means months will only get colder and colder from now on. Fortunately, the fall season temperature still allows us to go outdoors for The post This Heated Folding Chair Will Keep Your Butt Nice And Toasty While Outdoors appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • Maker Design Challenge Prompts
    by Lauren Johnson on September 1, 2020 at 2:10 pm

    Even the best of makers will hit a creative slump every once in a while. Maybe it’s after you finish up a huge bucket-list project or between a few smaller projects you have lined up. Whatever it may be, it … The post Maker Design Challenge Prompts appeared first on Inventionland.

  • Invention Spotlight: Sunscreen
    by Lauren Johnson on July 28, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Every invention origin story is unique. Some inventions are accidental as was the case for potato chips and popsicles. Others are inspired by a personal experience or problem that the inventor faced in their life- one for which they sought … The post Invention Spotlight: Sunscreen appeared first on Inventionland.

  • Maker Projects to Complete This Summer
    by Lauren Johnson on July 7, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    If you’re part of the Maker Family, you know that summer is an amazing time to complete some of your bigger yearly projects. The weather is nice so you won’t run into any hiccups on outdoor projects and the bright … The post Maker Projects to Complete This Summer appeared first on Inventionland.

  • DIY Home Repair Hacks
    by Lauren Johnson on May 29, 2020 at 5:03 am

    One of the most inevitable parts of homeownership- home repairs. It could be something simple like scuffed floors from that time you asked your son to bring you a chair and he understood that to mean slide it across your … The post DIY Home Repair Hacks appeared first on Inventionland.

  • Quarantine-Friendly Maker Projects
    by Lauren Johnson on April 16, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    To most people, relaxation and therapy involve a bowl of popcorn, a comfy couch, and a Netflix subscription. But to makers, those activities just leave them lethargic and unsatisfied. Maker therapy involves hammers, nails, and two hands. With all of … The post Quarantine-Friendly Maker Projects appeared first on Inventionland.

  • Inventions, Vol. 5, Pages 51: Immersion Freezing of a Scots Pine Single Seed in a Water-Saturated Dispersion Medium: Mathematical Modelling
    by Olga Dornyak on September 25, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Forest owners will be able to solve the problem of protecting small forest seeds from mechanical and atmospheric influences during aerial sowing, as well as the problem of manufacturing capsules in the field, saving financial, time and material resources. The process of creating a capsule by freezing the seed in a water-saturated dispersed system—immersion freezing—allows you to organize the technological properties of forest seeds depending on the initial requirements. In most cases, the quality of the seed capsule is determined by the thermophysical and mechanical properties of the components. The technological process of obtaining seed capsules for aerial seeding and the choice of freezing modes is based on a priori mathematical modeling of heat-and-mass transfer processes. The main purpose of the study is to predict the duration of the seed freezing process in a capsule with a water-saturated dispersed medium, depending on the external temperature conditions, the geometric parameters of the capsule and the seed. The cooling agent is carbon dioxide. The research is based on the use of numerical modeling methods on the platform COMSOL Multiphysics. A mathematical model is proposed that allows us to obtain the dynamics of the distribution of temperature and moisture content fields in the dispersed system and seed depending on a complex of geometric and thermophysical factors. The time of immersion freezing of the capsule with the common pine seed for the conditions considered should be in the range of 150 to 250 s.

  • Inventions, Vol. 5, Pages 50: Application of Various Price-Discount Policy for Deteriorated Products and Delay-in-Payments in an Advanced Inventory Model
    by Sharmila Saren on September 20, 2020 at 12:00 am

    In this proposed research, clear prospects of a real life marketing scenario, by analyzing a price discount policy and variable demand, are derived. The proposed study presents a production model along with time-dependent and selling price related demand for decaying items. Items deteriorate over time, therefore, considering deterioration in this model makes it more acceptable to the present marketing situation. The concept of delay-in-payments is utilized in this inventory system. In this research, a retailer buys some products, enjoys constant credit-period offers which are provided by the supplier. This model depicts a price discount strategy which is based on purchasing cost to attract more consumers in any business industry. By using this strategy, any manufacturer or business may gain more profit in comparison to methods suggested by earlier literature. The average profit function of the inventory system is maximized analytically and also finds the selling-price per unit and duration of the inventory cycle optimally. A numerical example, along with a case study and their graphical representations, are incorporated to verify the optimality of this research very clearly. The findings of this research have maximized the average profit function more than the existing literature.

  • Inventions, Vol. 5, Pages 49: Deep Learning-Based Action Recognition Using 3D Skeleton Joints Information
    by Nusrat Tasnim on September 17, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Human action recognition has turned into one of the most attractive and demanding fields of research in computer vision and pattern recognition for facilitating easy, smart, and comfortable ways of human-machine interaction. With the witnessing of massive improvements to research in recent years, several methods have been suggested for the discrimination of different types of human actions using color, depth, inertial, and skeleton information. Despite having several action identification methods using different modalities, classifying human actions using skeleton joints information in 3-dimensional space is still a challenging problem. In this paper, we conceive an efficacious method for action recognition using 3D skeleton data. First, large-scale 3D skeleton joints information was analyzed and accomplished some meaningful pre-processing. Then, a simple straight-forward deep convolutional neural network (DCNN) was designed for the classification of the desired actions in order to evaluate the effectiveness and embonpoint of the proposed system. We also conducted prior DCNN models such as ResNet18 and MobileNetV2, which outperform existing systems using human skeleton joints information.

  • Inventions, Vol. 5, Pages 48: Analysis of Firefly–Fuzzy Hybrid Algorithm for Navigation of Quad-Rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
    by Brijesh Patel on September 16, 2020 at 12:00 am

    In the present scenario for the development of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), artificial intelligence plays an important role in path planning and obstacle detection. Due to different environments, it is always a task to achieve the proper moment for achieving the target goal while avoiding obstacles with minimum human interference. To achieve the goal with the avoidance of obstacles, individual optimization techniques with metaheuristic algorithms such as fuzzy, particle swarm optimization (PSO), etc. were implemented in various configurations. However, the optimal solution was not attained. Thus, in order to achieve an optimal solution, a hybrid model was developed by using the firefly algorithm and the fuzzy algorithm, establishing multiple features of the individual controller. The path and time optimization were achieved by a standalone controller and a hybrid firefly–fuzzy controller in different conditions, whereby the results of the controller were validated by simulation and experimental results, highlighting the advantages of the hybrid controller over the single controller.

  • Inventions, Vol. 5, Pages 47: Modelling of Boiling Flows for Nuclear Thermal Hydraulics Applications—A Brief Review
    by Giovanni Giustini on September 14, 2020 at 12:00 am

    The boiling process is utterly fundamental to the design and safety of water-cooled fission reactors. Both boiling water reactors and pressurised water reactors use boiling under high-pressure subcooled liquid flow conditions to achieve high surface heat fluxes required for their operation. Liquid water is an excellent coolant, which is why water-cooled reactors can have such small sizes and high-power densities, yet also have relatively low component temperatures. Steam is in contrast a very poor coolant. A good understanding of how liquid water coolant turns into steam is correspondingly vital. This need is particularly pressing because heat transfer by water when it is only partially steam (‘nucleate boiling’ regime) is particularly effective, providing a great incentive to operate a plant in this regime. Computational modelling of boiling, using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation at the ‘component scale’ typical of nuclear subchannel analysis and at the scale of the single bubbles, is a core activity of current nuclear thermal hydraulics research. This paper gives an overview of recent literature on computational modelling of boiling. The knowledge and capabilities embodied in the surveyed literature entail theoretical, experimental and modelling work, and enabled the scientific community to improve its current understanding of the fundamental heat transfer phenomena in boiling fluids and to develop more accurate tools for the prediction of two-phase cooling in nuclear systems. Data and insights gathered on the fundamental heat transfer processes associated with the behaviour of single bubbles enabled us to develop and apply more capable modelling tools for engineering simulation and to obtain reliable estimates of the heat transfer rates associated with the growth and departure of steam bubbles from heated surfaces. While results so far are promising, much work is still needed in terms of development of fundamental understanding of the physical processes and application of improved modelling capabilities to industrially relevant flows.

  • Back to Basics: Idea Generation
    by Casey Carroll on September 25, 2020 at 2:11 am

    We know that being an entrepreneur can be exhausting and difficult at times. With that said, it can be good to restart your brain. What better way to do this than to go back to the basics? In this blog post, we are going to look over and review the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. You never... Continue reading → The post Back to Basics: Idea Generation appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • InvENting 101: Stay Motivated!
    by Casey Carroll on August 25, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    We here at Edison Nation know that with busy lives, family obligations, work and everything going on in the world around us, it’s difficult to stay motivated. That’s why we decided to revisit one of our older blogs “InvENting 101: Finding Your Motivation.” Let’s do this, let’s get motivated! Does this quote inspire, motivate, and... Continue reading → The post InvENting 101: Stay Motivated! appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Bluetooth: Part 1
    by Casey Carroll on August 17, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Written by Jeremy Loslaw, Eventys There are more Bluetooth enabled devices in the world than there are people. Such is the importance and widespread adoption of the short range wireless technology that more than 2 billion Bluetooth products have shipped each year since 2013, topping out at approximately 4 billion devices last year and still... Continue reading → The post Bluetooth: Part 1 appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 2)
    by Casey Carroll on July 28, 2020 at 1:53 am

    Stop! Warning! Danger! …Not this time! The color red seems to be best associated with negative things. Red meaning stop, don’t go there, don’t do that. We also know that it’s not what you want to see after you submit your idea for a licensing opportunity but we want to challenge you to see the... Continue reading → The post Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 2) appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 1)
    by Casey Carroll on July 8, 2020 at 8:40 pm

    We recently published an article detailing our team’s step-by-step process for product selection. If you missed it, you can read the “Fly on the Wall” post here.  After publishing the article, we thought it was important to follow up with what happens when your product doesn’t get selected. We briefly discussed this in the previous... Continue reading → The post Education Behind the “RED-X” (Part 1) appeared first on Edison Nation Blog.

  • Philadelphia Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Is Back So You Can Level Up Your Fall Breakfast
    by Caitlin Yabut on September 26, 2020 at 8:07 am

    There’s no denying that pumpkin spice fever is now in full swing. Big brands like Pillsbury and Krispy Kreme have already gone in full fall mode with the release of their seasonal offerings. So it comes as no surprise that Philadelphia Pumpkin Spice cream cheese spread has also returned to the refrigerated aisle. The brand The post Philadelphia Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Is Back So You Can Level Up Your Fall Breakfast appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • Mountain Dew Has A New VooDew Mystery Flavor For Halloween
    by Rigell Capisen on September 26, 2020 at 5:55 am

    It seems like releasing mystery flavors is slowly becoming a product marketing trend that’s here to stay. After all, it helps brands generate buzz online. More importantly, it gets people to actually buy their products out of curiosity. Apparently, this strategy appears to be working fine for Mountain Dew. And that’s why they’re bringing back The post Mountain Dew Has A New VooDew Mystery Flavor For Halloween appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • After Being Starved For 2 Years This Husky Has Undergone An Amazing Transformation
    by Rigell Capisen on September 26, 2020 at 4:02 am

    Life is not always a bed of roses. Sometimes, problems may arise and relationships may go sour. But what’s worse is that some people use these instances to justify animal abuse. Sadly, such was the case with this poor husky who spent nearly two years living on a leash, without proper access to food nor The post After Being Starved For 2 Years This Husky Has Undergone An Amazing Transformation appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • McDonald’s Collaborate With Travis Scott To Create New Burger And Merch Including A Chicken Nugget Body Pillow
    by Caitlin Yabut on September 26, 2020 at 2:55 am

    What’s your default McDonald’s order? Does your take-home bag always have to have Chicken McNuggets? Or a Quarter Pounder paired with some French fries and soda? If so, then you are going to love McDonald’s latest venture – even more so if you’re a Travis Scott fan! On September 8th, the fast food chain began The post McDonald’s Collaborate With Travis Scott To Create New Burger And Merch Including A Chicken Nugget Body Pillow appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • Pringles Has A New Cajun Fries Flavor For A Limited Time Only
    by Rowena Marie Callejo on September 26, 2020 at 2:44 am

    Despite the miserable situation we’re currently in, Pringles is at least making an effort to make our year drool-worthy by bringing in new exciting flavors. Earlier this year, the snack brand rolled out its limited edition flavors including the Chicken & Waffles and Sweet Corn. And just recently, the new Pringles Cajun Fries have been The post Pringles Has A New Cajun Fries Flavor For A Limited Time Only appeared first on Awesome Inventions.

  • When Discovering Customer Needs, How Do You Get Beyond Survey Bias?
    by Sarah Vandenberg on September 21, 2020 at 11:00 am

    When Yamaha conducts research to drive product development, they've found opportunities in previously unexplored areas of incremental change. Learn more in this podcast interview. The post When Discovering Customer Needs, How Do You Get Beyond Survey Bias? appeared first on InnovationManagement.

  • Digital Tools and the Future of Remote Work
    by Sarah Vandenberg on September 17, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Until about four months ago, remote work was somewhat of a rarity, and, at very least, something most people were unfamiliar with. One of the few COVID-19 silver linings, however, was that many companies were forced to have their employees work remotely due to stay-at-home orders. This meant more time with families, less time in transit, and, for a lot, a surprising sense of comfort at "the workplace." The post Digital Tools and the Future of Remote Work appeared first on InnovationManagement.

  • How the Next Wave of Innovators Can Rebuild the Economy After a Crisis
    by Sarah Vandenberg on September 16, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Innovation takes many forms, and it will likely come from unexpected places in the next normal. Here are 3 ways business leaders can drive innovation regardless of what happens in the world. The post How the Next Wave of Innovators Can Rebuild the Economy After a Crisis appeared first on InnovationManagement.

  • What Do Leading Innovators Do Differently
    by Sarah Vandenberg on September 9, 2020 at 2:33 pm

    Every year, IdeaScale hosts the global Innovation Management Awards and honors winners in three different categories: engagement, process, and implementation. We see these categories as the cornerstones of any successful innovation program, so the winners this year actually excel at each of these things. The post What Do Leading Innovators Do Differently appeared first on InnovationManagement.

  • Using Innovation to Improve Your McKinsey Organizational Health Index Score
    by Sarah Vandenberg on August 17, 2020 at 2:10 pm

    2020 proved just how important our relationships to banks and credit unions are as they worked to rapidly respond to the changing financial needs of their customers. The post Using Innovation to Improve Your McKinsey Organizational Health Index Score appeared first on InnovationManagement.

  • Hackathons simplified
    by Ashmita on September 25, 2019 at 8:01 am

    When some people hear the word “hackathon,” a wave of intimidation spills over them. Well, let me help you pitch the idea. A hackathon, also known as a codefest, is typically a day-long coding competition where a bunch of software developers, computer programmers, designers, and others join hands to improve upon or build a new software … Hackathons simplified Read More » The post Hackathons simplified appeared first on HackerEarth Blog.

  • Attracting quality talent through hackathons
    by Vivek Prakash on March 15, 2019 at 12:45 pm

    This post was originally published on The HR Agenda Magazine’s blog on March 1st, 2019 Hackathons are a logical solution to addressing the unique challenges of hiring the ever-elusive top tech talent. Talent acquisition has been the biggest concerns for the C-suite year after year. According to the latest PWC survey, 63 percent of the … Attracting quality talent through hackathons Read More » The post Attracting quality talent through hackathons appeared first on HackerEarth Blog.

  • How we hosted one of the most memorable open source hackathons of 2018
    by Suhail Ameen on January 28, 2019 at 2:02 pm

      Small gestures can have a big impact. Create where it matters. We at HackerEarth believe in it and have spent no single day without working toward the same. Early 2018, we promised ourselves to create an environment which would bring a culture of positivity and change in the developer ecosystem. We decided to create … How we hosted one of the most memorable open source hackathons of 2018 Read More » The post How we hosted one of the most memorable open source hackathons of 2018 appeared first on HackerEarth Blog.

  • Top 10 Hackathon ideas 2018
    by Mukund Joshi on January 24, 2019 at 10:32 am

    As the curtains rise up on 2019, it’s time to look back at the amazing innovations that came out last year. We conducted over 400 hackathons with enterprises, universities, nonprofits, and governments in various fields, ranging from shaping the future of music to creating Fintech solutions. The hackathon ideas of 2018 were judged based on … Top 10 Hackathon ideas 2018 Read More » The post Top 10 Hackathon ideas 2018 appeared first on HackerEarth Blog.

  • Report of HackerEarth’s 400 global hackathons 2018 [Infographic]
    by Mukund Joshi on January 23, 2019 at 7:35 am

    Compared to 2017, there was a 140% increase in the number of hackathons hosted on the HackerEarth Innovation Management Platform in 2018. We hosted more than 400 hackathons last year in 4 continents. Our community strengthened to 2.5 million by seeing the participation of over 100,000 innovators from over 100 countries across the globe. High … Report of HackerEarth’s 400 global hackathons 2018 [Infographic] Read More » The post Report of HackerEarth’s 400 global hackathons 2018 [Infographic] appeared first on HackerEarth Blog.

 

 

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