Open Innovation practices and examples at Ideon Open

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Ideon Science Park is a global innovation hub and a leader in open innovation. Established companies here have a common practice of thinking as startups. Successful experience of open innovation projects gained through collaboration with global leading companies such as Inwido, Tetra Pak, Stora Enso. See projects in detail here: http://www.ideonopen.com/in-and-around-ideon-open

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  • 1. INSPIRE IN OPEN INNOVATION GUIDE, COACH, INSPIRE, IDENTIFY CHALLENGES, SUGGEST OPEN PROCESS AND LEAD IN OPEN INNOVATION Mats Dunmar
  • 2. Lund, Sweden
  • 3. 450 COMPANIES, 10 000 EMPLOYEES YOU WALK TO 48 000 STUDENTS MEDICON VILLAGE IDEON SCIENCE PARK SONY ERICSON GAMBRO
  • 4. INVESTOR at start: INGVAR KAMPRAD (IKEA) 10.000.000
  • 5. IDEON TODAY VISION Ideon A global innovation hub Scandinavias Largest Science Park Leading Sweden in Open Innovation
  • 6. START UP WAY OF THINKING ON ESTABLISHED COMPANIES Time Profit Loss
  • 7. Revenue 600 MEUR Listed Nasdaq OMX Nordic Largest manufacturer of wood based windows and doors in Northern Europe Brands like Elitfnster, Hajom, Diplomat, Lysand Hkan Jeppsson CEO Inwido The biggest effect is the change in culture We plan to do it again THE INWIDO EXAMPLE
  • 8. DISCOVERY DRIVEN INNOVATION 5 challenges e.g. Digitalization of windows and doors Large scale workshop with 50 people 16 Teams - 10 weeks On site Thursdays w5 Prototype Day w10 Selection Day Buy stake in start-Up Develop internally Start joint-venture License IPR THE INWIDO EXAMPLE
  • 9. A structured open innovation process, in the shape of a competition. We involved existing and new players to Inwido. - start-ups, scienstist, students, suppliers , customers and small companies 16 team where formed to come up with new solutions to Inwidos challenges. Each solution included both a physical product and a business model. All took 4 months. The public part lasted 10 week at Ideon in Lund. Every Thursday the teams, including Inwido, was on site to create the solutions. THE INWIDO EXAMPLE 4 months and a result
  • 10. Success Factors 1. Top Management Driven 2. Neutral Facilitator 3. Internal Champion 4. High Intensity 5. Problem that Real Hurts THE INWIDO EXAMPLE
  • 11. 4 months and a result THE TETRA PAK EXAMPLE
  • 12. THE TETRA PAK EXAMPLE
  • 13. THE TETRA PAK EXAMPLE
  • 14. THE TETRA PAK EXAMPLE
  • 15. THE TETRA PAK EXAMPLE
  • 16. THE STORA ENSO EXAMPLE
  • 17. THE STORA ENSO EXAMPLE Excess Capacity Broad Target 600 letters Invited large corporations 1 WS Entrepreneurs 1 event 30 entrepreneurs Composite Materials Value Chain Meet 40 invited companies One-to-one meetings Light Weight Material Start-up spin in
  • 18. OTHER EXAMPLE 1. WIN Water Innovation Accelerator 2. Regional News Paper new non-news products 3. Energy new joint electricity offers 4. Concrete larger innovation ecosystem/new products 5. Food coaching open innovation 6. Packaging new way of folding, more stable production 7. Printing new products to manufacture / excess capacity 8. Windows new products
  • 19. WHAT IS IN COMMON?
  • 20. Fr e.on
  • 21. OPEN INNOVATION NEEDS A GUIDE Henry Chesbrough a mess needs a guide
  • 22. Closed Strategy Most smart people in our field work for us To profit from R&D, we must discover, develop and ship it ourselves If we create the most and the best ideas in the industry, we will win Open Network Based Strategy Not all of the smart people in our field work for us External R&D will create significant value, internal R&D is needed to claim its value We celebrate success and also credit those who dares but failes If we make the best use of internal and external ideas, we will win CLOSED VS OPEN NETWORK BASED INNOVATION
  • 23. Closed Environment Ad Hoc Interaction with our environment Restrained, closed and intangible system Internal forums are kept internal We operate in our own closed facilities Open Network Based Environment Permanent interaction by our org with our env. Large system, adjust quickly Extended environment to (political, social, economic etc) Forums of the org get radical participation Cross Organisational Innovation Partially own open environment and operation at others sites Actively building an Open Innovation Ecosystem CLOSED VS OPEN NETWORK BASED INNOVATION
  • 24. WHERE ARE YOU ON THE S-CURVE? Time Profit Loss
  • 25. MATS DUNMAR MANAGER IDEON OPEN & OPEN INNOVATION NAVIGATOR +46 735 120422 MATS.DUNMAR@IDEON.SE WWW.IDEONOPEN.COM

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