While launching an open-innovation challenge is a fantastic idea, launching a successful one is not always that easy. There are numerous pitfalls to avoid and this initiative can easily turn into a bad buzz.
Singapore, South Korea, and Hong Kong are the places to be if you want to do business in Asia. No wonder they attract large numbers of international companies. The result is a dense and highly competitive environment in which the war for talent rages. For recruiters who need to hire top candidates, the battle is on. Almost
First thing first: take a look at the Fortune 500 companies in 1955 v. 2017: only 60 firms (12%) that made the list in 1955 are still on the list in 2017. 88% of the companies have either merged (or were acquired by) another organization, gone bankrupt, or still exist but have fallen from the
Jean-Baptiste Bouché, the author of this article, is the Agorize community’s most capped veteran. In two years, he has participated in 21 open innovation challenges and reached the podium 11 times – including the five top spots. In September 2016, he launched his collaborative tourism startup, Welcomer. Partnerships between businesses (from mid-sized to big companies) and
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