Radical Open Innovation News week 6-2021

Welcome to our biweekly selection of business IT innovation news. Created using our own opinionated selection and summary algorithm. We present some top innovation news items to get you thinking, debating and take action in order to make our world better.

1 Design Support For A Green IoT

It is estimated that in a few years IoT devices will be responsible for over 20% of global energy consumption. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from Technische Universitat Dresden. Minimizing the energy use of IoT devices must therefore be recognized as a clear objective for climate protection. It is therefore clear that the energy consumption of IoT devices is a factor in many design decisions and that the operating mode requirements must also be taken into account.

(Semiconductor Engineering)

2 What Are Some of the Benefits of Open Innovation?

The span of human knowledge has grown vastly in the last century, to the point where many feel a traditional “closed” model of independent, internal research and development teams is no longer effective. This has led to the theory of “open innovation,” and it’s one worth considering as you develop an innovation strategy. The best summary of open innovation is “avoiding reinventing the wheel.”

(IdeaScale Innovation)

3 Argdown: A simple syntax for complex argumentation

Nice tool for argument mapping. Nice project which shows how IT can help with complex problem solving.

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4 Citizen science is booming during the pandemic

At a time when public trust in experts has declined precipitously, some scientists are arguing that a more collaborative research model can help counter science skepticism. And governments are increasingly realizing that it may be worth investing in citizen science — not only to accelerate scientific research, but also to boost trust in it. Both the US and the European Union currently fund major programs in citizen science.

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5 Dynamic Performance Management: An Approach for Managing the Common Goods

Public organizations need innovative approaches for managing common goods and to explain the dynamics linking the (re)generation of common goods and organizational performance. Although system dynamics is recognised as a useful approach for managing common goods, public organizations rarely adopt the system dynamics for this goal. The paper aims to review the literature on the system dynamics and its recent application, known as dynamic performance management, to highlight the state of the art and future opportunities on the management of common goods.

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