Citizens expect that science contributes towards solving societal problems. But how can you allow a focused, high-quality dialogue, where scientists can learn about the real problems in order to focus their research on finding new solutions to these needs?
Some questions are too big to be answered by a company’s own experts: How Schindler achieved its global “dream team” of external experts for the development of new mobility solutions.
Traditional R&D-procersses no longer meet the requirements to ensure long-term competitiveness: How a biotech company prepared to systematically use external sources of knowledge and thereby anchored a modern innovation model in its organization.
Many industrial countries have the problem to fall behind in international comparison of sites: How 48 selected experts from 15 countries developed new measures that have the potential to increase Austria’s competitiveness substantially.
There are various possibiities to further develop a company’s portfolio through innovation. But which idea to select from the perspective of the market? How a machine manufactory company investigated its very specific innovation areas and thereby escaped from increasing price pressure.