New publication: Competition-Based Innovation: The Case of the X Prize Foundation

The use of competition-based processes for the development of innovations is increasing. In parallel with the increasing use of competition-based innovation in business firms, this model of innovation is successfully being used by non-profit organizations for advancing the development of science and technology. One such non-profit organization is the X Prize Foundation, which designs and manages innovation competitions to encourage scientific and technological development. The objective of this article is to analyze the X Prize Foundation and three of the competitions it has organized in order to identify the challenges of competition-based innovation and how to overcome them.

Read the full article "Competition-Based Innovation: The Case of the X Prize Foundation" by Mokter Hossain and Ilkka Kauranen.

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