12th International Open and User Innovation Conference, at, Monday, July 28, 2014

The International Open and User Innovation Workshop is the leading academic conference on Open and User Innovation. Around 200 researchers from various disciplines (such as innovation management, strategic management, organization design, marketing, intellectual property right management, entrepreneurship, and public policy) meet annually, in order to exchange recent research findings and plans related to Open and User Innovation.… Read more about 12th International Open and User Innovation Conference

5 Questions for Crowdsourcing Expert Rinat Sergeev Friday, September 6, 2013

The Center for Data Innovation spoke with the NASA Tournament Lab‘s (NTL) Data Science lead, Rinat Sergeev, about the philosophy of crowdsourcing and its place in government. Sergeev, a physicist by training, studies crowdsourcing from a methodological perspective, and works with the rest of the NTL team to facilitate public challenges to solve complex problems NASA faces.

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Collaborative Initiative: The Strategic Business Case for Prizes, at, Tuesday, June 12, 2012

In June of 2012, the Case Foundation and the Joyce Foundation, in partnership with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the NASA Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation, co-hosted the Collaborative Innovation summit on the use of public sector prizes to spur innovation in the federal government.

The cross-sector event brought together hundreds of federal employees and their counterparts in the private sector and featured informative discussions with White House officials,… Read more about Collaborative Initiative: The Strategic Business Case for Prizes