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  • If the ideagora environment could be used as mechanism to bridge cultures, focussing on a win-win for all groups is more likely to bring about success.

    Transformational change through Ideagoras

  • An example of an ideagora is InnoCentive: an open innovation network aiming to ‘provide solutions to tough problems in business, science, product development’ www.innocentive.com

    Transformational change through Ideagoras

  • In an open, networked ideagora environment ideas could be scored, indicating their value and enabling selection of ideas that should be researched and developed.

    Transformational change through Ideagoras

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  • A Web site on which companies post problems, offering a prize for the person or company that solves the problem.

    "Today, these companies are pioneers among thousands of businesses that participate in what we call "ideagoras"—places where millions of ideas and solutions change hands in something akin to an eBay for innovation." --Dan Tapscott, "Ideagora, a Marketplace for Minds"

    February 5, 2010