The survey data shows that the larger the network, the less engaged organizations are with innovation partners and the more limited the infrastructure is to support collaboration. Over 70% of respondents fall into the "early stage" category in terms of Global Collaboration, and only 14% of respondents were categorized as "highly engaged" with innovation partners. This means that respondents may be starting to reach beyond their organizational walls to collaborate or innovate – but the majority are not taking advantage of resources beyond their typical networks, to seek the best ideas worldwide.The secret to successful OI lies at the intersection of a methodology for engaging with outside partners and the processes to make OI sustainable. Organizations that master this combination of engagement and process have the potential to be true game-changers.
New Study Shows Companies Are Hungry To Leverage Open Innovation To Drive Growth, Yet Internal Processes Are Holding Them Back
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