Open Innovation for All: The General Fusion Experience

Three Challenges that helped solve mission-critical issues for this industry leader

Fortune 500s with robust innovation programs have long benefited from crowdsourcing, but what do agile and innovative technology companies stand to gain? In this white paper we will look at the experiences of Brendan Cassidy, Open Innovation Manager at General Fusion, of using our Challenges as a business tool.

Why Open Innovation?

Inside, you’ll find:

  • A deep dive into three specific case studies involving General Fusion’s experiences with Open Innovation
  • Key stats of each innovation Challenge created for General Fusion and how they helped solve their complex issues
  • The 4 major types of innovation Challenges we create and presents to their global innovation network of over 380,000 problem solvers
  • How General Fusion measured the success of their Challenges and the results they achieved

Who Should Read This White Paper?

If you’re a senior leader with managerial oversight or influence over your organization’s innovation initiatives or R&D function, this guide will provide you with fresh, new ideas and methods for tackling complex business problems and innovation challenges.

As the Ideation Challenges are the quickest and easiest to evaluate, they fit in well with our need to constantly change our experimental plan moving forward. When a problem arises, we can put it out as a Challenge, get an idea within 30 days, and potentially be trying or implementing it within six weeks.
// Brendan Cassidy  Open Innovation Manager at General Fusion

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