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As the world moves towards “the fourth industrial revolution”, the emergence of open innovation has become of increasing importance. Traditionally, organizations have relied on internal R&D resources and human capital to produce innovative products and services. While this traditional form has resulted in a significant amount of groundbreaking and life-altering technology, modern-day innovation has moved towards an “Open innovation” model. Let’s review what open innovation is and highlight 5 open innovation systems that are wildly…

Have you heard of The Fourth Industrial Revolution? We like to refer to this new era a lot here at Kambria because it nicely incorporates the challenges and goals we’re seeing regarding the pace and form of innovation. If the Third Industrial Revolution ushered in the digital age and transformed how we work, live and communicate, then the Fourth goes above and beyond by encouraging — or rather requiring — us to create a new…

Twenty years ago, the open source movement started in Palo Alto, California, and it has continued to gather followers and gain momentum ever since. Today, some of the most recognizable names in software are open source projects. Surely you’ve heard of Wordpress, Magento, Mozilla, OpenOffice, and Linux — all are open source. What started as a response to the undue profits giant software companies were making is no longer a fringe approach to software development.…