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World Cup Special: How are the World’s Top Players Connected?

World Cup Special: How are the World’s Top Players Connected?

Which countries, teams and players dominate the core of the World Cup network, and how are they connected? Although the usual focus of this blog is on a combination of network analytics and innovation / Research & Development, let’s make an exception here and apply a network perspective to show […]

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Connected Research in Europe: An Evaluation of the EU’s Energy Research Funding

Connected Research in Europe: An Evaluation of the EU’s Energy Research Funding

The European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) came to a conclusion last year and has been followed up by the new Horizon 2020 programme. Evaluation of FP7 is well underway, but so far has not focused on the actual networks of participating […]

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How Google Connects Technologies and Inventors: A Network View

How Google Connects Technologies and Inventors: A Network View

Google has been making headlines with its myriad of inventions over the past few years. Google Glass is one of the most anticipated products in tech currently, and driverless cars should be becoming reality anytime now. At the same time, Google still focuses its innovation efforts relentlessly […]

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Microsoft’s Reorganisation: A Set of Islands?

Microsoft’s retiring CEO Steve Ballmer recently announced a significant reorganisation¹, transforming the company from its current divisional structure to an organization based on functional areas. The aim is to pursue one single strategy, in which the company’s entire product line is presented as an integrated whole to […]

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Apple’s Internal Innovation Network Unraveled – Part 2 – Apple’s Industrial Design Team

The previous post showed that Apple’s inventor network witnessed substantial growth between 2007 and 2012. The number of inventors in the largest interconnected cluster increased significantly over the years, with eventually 3 out of every 4 patents resulting from collaborations between inventors in this cluster. Especially the […]

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Apple’s Internal Innovation Network Unraveled – Part 1 – Evolving Networks

Among consumers and technology enthusiasts, Apple is seen as a true champion in innovation. Since the release of the first iPhone in 2007, the company has grown into one of the world’s largest technology players with an estimated brand worth of $185 billion, according to Millward Brown’s […]

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