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Articles from Research-Technology Management (September 1, 2016)

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2016 Holland award short list announced. Awards list 229
Antitrust regulators give more weight to innovation. Headrick, Dan 1090
Big data and R&D management: a new primer on big data offers insight into the basics of dealing with "uncomfortable data"--data that is too large or too unstructured to be accommodated by a firm's existing processes. Holden, Greg 4056
Bringing together the physical and digital worlds: Siegfried Russwurm: as Chief Technology Officer for Siemens, Siegfried Russwurm is working to build a digital company on Siemens' foundation of long-term innovativeness. Russwurm, Siegfried 628
Defining open innovation. Gobble, MaryAnne M. Column 1908
Does high tech need humanities graduates? Gwynne, Peter 1305
Identifying tensions in the servitized value chain: if servitization is to be successful, servitizing firms must address the tensions the process creates in their value network. Burton, Jamie; Story, Vicky; Zolkiewski, Judy; Raddats, Chris; Baines, Tim S.; Medway, Dominic 6401
Inclusive innovation: a source of new ideas to deliver business growth. Jones, Jamie N. 1778
Innovating with crowds: an interview with Karim Lakhani: Karim Lakhani talks with Jim Euchner about using communities and contests to access the power of crowds for innovation. Euchner, Jim Interview 5700
June 13--The Supreme Court releases the first of two decisions this month dealing with the US patent system. Brief article 142
June 20--China takes the lead in supercomputing power in the latest edition of a biannual listing of the top supercomputers in the world. Brief article 132
June 20--The Obama administration announces the establishment of a ninth manufacturing innovation hub, the Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute, which will be headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and will operate in cooperation with the US Department of Energy. Brief article 126
June 21 -- South Korean electronics giant Samsung announces its intent to invest $1.2 billion over four years in developing Internet of Things technologies. Brief article 103
May 18--A group of 20 companies, each a giant in its industry, announce they are banding together in a short-term patent-buying program. Brief article 131
May 24--Biochemical engineer Frances Arnold becomes the first woman to win the Millennium Technology Prize, awarded each year by the Technology Academy Finland. Brief article 132
May 27--EU research ministers endorse a plan to require all EU-funded research to be available via open access by 2020. Brief article 164
New developments in photonic sintering pave the way for flexible electronics. Frishberg, Manny 1264
News and analysis of the global innovation scene. Blau, John 1203
Questions and answers from IRI's members: what are IRI members talking about? These questions were recently posed on IRI's Community Forum. Industry overview 2919
Superbosses. Orellana, Stephanie 757
The Hollywood model: leveraging the capabilities of freelance talent to advance innovation and reduce risk: a networked, project-based approach to R&D may drive innovation in the future, offering greater creativity and more efficiency. Ayers, Alan; Miller, Kimberly; Park, Jongwon; Schwartz, Lawrence; Antcliff, Rich 8007
The innovation pivot framework: fostering business model innovation in startups. A new tool helps entrepreneurs design business models by identifying the sources of competitive advantage embedded in an innovation. Garcia-Gutierrez, Isabel; Martinez-Borreguero, F. Javier Report 6132
The magical side of open innovation. Wright, Randall S. 1484
The medium is the message. Euchner, Jim 1189
The Storyteller's Secret. Johnson, Albert Book review 657

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