[okfn-discuss] Proposing a new working group on Open Innovation
bytemarks at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 06:39:15 UTC 2015
I am interested in Open Innovation. I think the challenge is how do you
define innovation, as a thing you can make open. I can understand it with
code, hardware, data, education, science, etc. But innovation is a process.
Check out design thinking as a process. Is this what you had in mind to
On Sun, Nov 15, 2015 at 6:40 PM, kshitiz khanal <khanal1990 at gmail.com>
> Hello everybody,
> We have many working groups here including those in open sustainability,
> design, data, spending, and more.
> Do you think it will be make Open Knowledge better if we had a separate
> working group on *Open Innovation*? After all, innovation is a buzz word
> in today's world in all fields. Disruption, Democratization, Demonetization
> happening all over places.
> Open Innovation is in line with Open Knowledge's vision of *enabling
> people to work together to tackle local and global challenges*.
> Innovation, though cross-cutting by definition, is a powerful concept on
> its own. Innovations happen everywhere in multiple forms, and this may make
> a case that innovation will be covered in all other groups separately.
> However, a very interesting thing is that numerous innovations follow
> similar patterns.
> Process of innovation (mostly) begins with problems, happens with thinking
> out of the box or thinking of different boxes entirely, and making the
> thoughts real and seeing magic happen (not to forget the hard parts like
> persevering, critical thinking).
> Let's discuss whether having a separate working group will help the cause
> of Open Knowledge better and whether we really need a new working group in
> Open Innovation.
> Kshitiz Khanal
> Open Knowledge Nepal
> @kshitizkhanal7 <http://twitter.com/kshitizkhanal7>
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