Depending on the kind of desired outcome, there is one or another kind of contributors, and so the Open Innovation approach is also different. This article follows the explanation about the strategies that most usually should apply for the co-creation of experiences.
Depending on the kind of desired outcome, there is one or another kind of contributors, and so the Open Innovation approach is also different. This article explains the strategies that most usually should apply for the co-creation of experiences.
This old festival in a popular district of Barcelona is turning out to be a good benchmark for other destinations on how to develop Tourism 3.0
Ferran Adrià + Cirque du Soleil: a creative collision brings a paradigm shift in entertainment and cuisine
When geniuses cooperate, innovation is more than likely to burst. Here there is an example of how this happens in creating a new concept of entertainment
The practice of co-creation -either for content or product- is essential for the development of destinations 3.0, but face to face co-creation is not likely to be feasible for most of the potential contributors. What about virtual co-creation?
Leadership style is somehow related to the dimension of the team to be led, and also correlated to flexibility and freedom of the team members to develop their creativity. This article illustrates how talented individuals prefer smaller teams with a particular leadership style.
As introduced when talking about co-creation and open innovation in destinations 3.0, some institutions in the entertainment industry are already leveraging their enthusiast customers or fans’ creativity and knowledge to innovate. This example shows how co-creation workshops are carried out in this industry.
Parallel to outsourced open innovation there is innovation open to all members of the organization, also called co-innovation or co-ideation with employees, to leverage their knowledge about the business and the organisation’s weaknesses and strengths