Innovation in the UK: Good, but not enough?

Guest blogger:  Dr Leslie Budd, Reader in Social Enterprise, Open University Business School Is invention enough without commercialisation? Dr Leslie Budd from the OUBS talks to former 3M CEO Sir George Buckley about the UK’s approach to innovation after a recording of the OU/BBC co-production The Bottom Line. Click here to learn more about TheContinue reading “Innovation in the UK: Good, but not enough?”

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Joined-up thinking

Guest blogger:   Terry O’Sullivan, Senior Lecturer in Management and Head of Centre for Strategy and Marketing, Open University Business School Perhaps my brain is more receptive to ideas early in the day, but I’m still thinking about the role of partnership in innovation a fortnight on from our most recent OU Business Network breakfast briefing. Sharing the platformContinue reading “Joined-up thinking”

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Outside of the Box

How might Shakespeare have benefited from a bit of creative coaching? Does the inspiration that drove Picasso towards Cubism have anything in common with Steve Jobs’s decision to launch the iPod? A panel of Open University academics got together to give their take on creativity. Chaired by writer Sophie Radice 1. What is creativity? FD: CreativityContinue reading “Outside of the Box”

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Business Management

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Ford’s production lines have marked a turning point in human history. Business had to change and whoever did not understand the need for automation and series production was to be crushed by industrialization itself. After nearly 100 years, Skandia marked the official beginning of “the knowledge era”: Leif Edvinson was…

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Innovating Pedagogy

Institute of Educational Technology and Mathematics, Computing and Technology academics have published the first in a new series of OU Innovation Reports which explore new forms of teaching, learning and assessment for an interactive world. This first report, called ‘Innovating Pedagogy 2012’ proposes ten innovations that are already current but haven’t yet had a profoundContinue reading “Innovating Pedagogy”

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