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Extended Case Study: NASA

A seven-Challenge pilot that led to innovation success

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NASA Johnson Space Center ran an initial pilot of seven Challenges with InnoCentive. Five of the seven Challenges were in a significant technology gap area identified during a portfolio mapping exercise by NASA. These gaps represented problems that the teams had, in some cases, been working on for many years.

Why Challenge Driven Innovation?

Inside, you’ll find:

  • A quick snapshot of the seven Innovation Challenges run by Nasa using InnoCentive’s Challenge Driven Innovation framework
  • Details in the innovation issues that NASA needed help confronting
  • An overview of the solutions provided and how NASA implemented them
  • The results: how NASA benefited from using Challenge Driven Innovation to find solutions

Who Should Read This eBook?

If you’re a senior leader with managerial oversight or influence over your organization’s innovation initiatives or R&D function, this guide will provide you with fresh, new ideas and methods for tackling complex business problems and innovation challenges.

“The winning submission was very thorough. It addresses the Challenge requirements and exceeds them with respect to forecast confidence and random prediction. Questions posed back to the Solver were thoroughly addressed.”

 Dr. Dan Fry Scientist, Space Radiation Analysis Group

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