Kaja Rangus, Open innovation in Slovenia, EBR (Vol 15, No 3 (2013)), November 2013

International scientific journal Economic and Business Review published an article with the title »Open innovation in Slovenia«. Author of the paper is Kaja Rangus, member of the The Governing Board of InCo movement. The article investigates the state of open innovation in Slovenia, using qualitative and quantitative research. Based on in-depth interviews with domestic and foreign experts in the field of open innovation, the main advantages and reasons open innovation should be introduced in Slovenian companies, the main barriers that companies can encounter in the implementation of open innovation, as well as suggestions for the successful development and implementation of the concept among Slovenian companies are identified.

The EJC announces winners and new deadline of Innovation in Development Reporting Grant Programme, 13.11.2013

The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is pleased to announce the winners of the second round of its Innovation in Development Reporting (IDR) Grant Programme. Twelve outstanding projects will be awarded a combined total of 225.541,00 Euros in funding to innovate global development narratives and bring to the public new forms of journalistic storytelling centered on the Millennium Development Goals. An advisory council of senior journalists oversaw the final decisions of the awards. The second round of the grant programme ran from 3 April until 5 September 2013 and received 242 applications. The list of the winning projects can be found here. The EJC will again run two rounds of applications in 2014. Don’t miss the next deadline coming up next year on the 26th of February 2014 (22:00 CET). Journalists and media organisations interested in breaking away from development journalism stereotypes can pitch their stories via the online application form.

IN EUR Project, Vilnius Innovation Forum 2013, 4.12. – 5.12.2013

A 2-day event Vilnius Innovation Forum 2013 will be on the 4th and 5th of December 2013 held in Lithuania (Vilnius). There will also be an international seminar of the IN EUR Project, where partial results of the project will be presented as well as a round table on the topic “Innovation policies in small regions” with participation of various experts in the field, including Violeta Bulc MS.c, Vibacom, InCo movement.

InCo movement, Library of models of systemic approaches, 28.10.2013

InCo movement has in its research of systemic approaches created a subpage “Library of models of systemic approaches” where examples of models of systemic approaches in practice will be collected. The first presented example is InCo movement which has been evolving based on the needs of the InCo members for an integrated (systemic) understanding of the complexity of the innovation ecosystems and the reciprocal influences among its stakeholders.

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