An Open Innovation Picture Worth a Thousand Words
When things have momentum, they become quite palpable don’t they? They emerge with self-evidence that seemingly floated in on a polite whisper. They don’t interrupt, they don’t call out, they just appear and most importantly they belong in the moment. Of course the truth is it took multiple years of work, coverage and experimentation by countless thousands who in their own way pushed the agenda forward. But when it arrives, it is so accepted it seems as if it has been there all along. We of course know that it hasn’t, but yet, because of our closeness to it, we feel that this has always been the way. This is the very definition of embrace. This image below is an Open Innovation picture worth a thousand words.
What is it? It is a screen capture from the upcoming CoDev 2012 Conference being held next month in La Jolla, CA. It is an impressive list of what you can expect to learn if you attend.
Let us be clear. We have no affiliation with this event. The examples you would learn highlighted in the screen capture above have nothing to do with TopCoder client successes in Open Innovation. But the image, the image above was worth capturing, adding to and passing along. Don’t you think?
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image credit: Kim Tasca via G+, codevpd.org