Open Innovation Literature

 

An Open Innovation book titled, Cloud Surfing: A New Way to Think About Risk, Innovation, Scale, and Success (Social Century) by Thomas M. Koulopoulos. Get it on Amazon here.Cloud Surfing
by Thomas Koulopoulos

Cloud Surfing explains how the cloud is transforming the way we live with recommendations on how to access its full value. The book includes a section on NineSigma and the connection between innovation and the cloud. A quote from the book's dustjacket:

"Cloud Surfing artfully captures the first major megatrend of our century and shows us a world where hyper-connectivity is the new norm. The extraordinary access to new connection that the cloud enables will have a profound effect on how we scale our businesses and manage our people, processes, and technology."

- Andy Zynga, CEO, NineSigma

 

 

A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowd Sourcing: Advice from Leading Experts by Paul Sloane. Get it on Amazon here.A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing
Edited by Paul Sloane 

A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing is written by an international team of thought leaders, writers and practitioners who provide fresh insights through case studies and best practices. The book includes two chapters from NineSigma executives who share new thinking on leadership and managing legal and IP issues within the context of crowdsourcing and open innovation.

 

 

 

 

SMEs and Open Innovation: Global Cases and Initiatives by Hakikur Rahman and Isabel Ramos. Get it on Amazon here.SMEs and Open Innovation
Global Cases and Initiatives
By Hakikur Rahman & Isabel Ramos

This book examines the application of open innovation within small and medium-sized enterprizes. The book includes a contributed chapter from NineSigma which presents readers with a recommended structure necessary for the design and implementation of a successful open innovation program.