Innovation portals have taken an important place in the open innovation landscape. Expectations are great in portal performance but often, for purely budgetary reasons, these portals are launched and managed internally by corporates themselves, to discover that they generate a number of community management issues that they are not used to coping with. Prior to launching a corporate portal it is a good idea to ask a few specific questions on whether to do this internally or through experienced third party innovation providers. Using external resources can often avoid pitfalls and align the portal success rate to corporate expectations, objectives and ambitions. Here six questions are asked that can help you take the decision whether to launch a managed portal internally or externally.
Ideascale2019-04-29T18:15:53-07:00February 23rd, 2015|Categories: Open Innovation, Strategies|Tags: collaborative innovation, community, community out-reach, corporate portals, Crowdsourcing, digital platform, Employee Engagement, idea management, Innovation Culture, innovation portal, innovation toolbox, open innovtaion, platform, Product Development|