Kathleen Diener is a research associate at the RWTH TIM Group since June 2007. She holds a Master in Psychology of Humboldt University Berlin. Her research focuses on intermediaries operating in the field of open innovation, the phenomenon of not-invented-here, and models to explain the (optimal) degree of openness in an innovation project.

Brokers and Intermediaries for Open Innovation – A Global Market Study

Successful open innovation relies on intermediaries and platforms connecting an organization with outside solution providers, so called open innovation accelerators (OIAs). With more than 180 players, the market for OIAs however is getting complex and difficult to navigate. A recent study by RWTH Aachen compared these OIA market. In this report, we summarize some of the main findings.

2019-11-28T08:00:54-08:00October 14th, 2013|Categories: Blog Archive|Tags: , , , |