Contents: Foreword: our debt to innovation, Gary Hamel; Introduction: the story behind and about the story of the future of innovation; The future of innovation is …; Part 1 The Need for Innovation – Painting the Canvas: In our hands, Stefan Kohn; The only possible future, Eduardo Sicilia; Transforming the future of mankind, Arash Golnam; Without psychological inertia, Michael Dell; Bright and shiny as never before, Arcot Desai; Innovate or die!, Jan Buijs; A function of catharsis and kairos, Joe Doering; A common understanding of the global economic process, Janis Stabulnieks; Making innovation stick, Richard Philpott. Part 2 The Winds of Change – What Drives Innovation: About multidimensional competitiveness, Martin Bader; In the mirror of concentration, dependency and humanisation, Csaba Deák; A quest for a (r)evolution in innovation, Han T.M. van der Zee; Changing across 3 or 4 lanes all at once, Jongbae Kim; A corporate activity, Henry Tirri; As future prosperity, Rob Atkinson; Eco-creating a prosperous and happy future, Eunika Mercier-Laurent; Reinventing international political organisations, Kenneth Preiss; In the learning economy, Bengt-Ake Lundvall; Challenging the frontier of innovation, John Bessant; Glimpsed by a creative, futurist practitioner, Ray Buschmann; Timeless and broad, Patrick Poitevin; Innovation catalysts, Tobias Rooney; Provoking innovation via the future, Tom Conger; Innovation, Steve May-Russel; A new combination logic, Paul Matthyssens; Going to be different, Bill Fisher. Part 3 Innovation – but Not as We Know It: After the crunch, Al. Saje; For us to decide, Trevor Davis; Good enough for the future?, Karmen Jelcic; Driven by knowledge cultivation, Jinsheng He; As an instrument of world peace, Debra M. Amidon; Innovating for a meaningful future, Milton Jorge Correia de Sousa; Driven by software and hardware, Davide Parrilli; Sense making for changemaking, G.K. VanPatter; About reversing its past, Manuel Mira Godinho. Part 4 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Innovative innovation, Nigel Roome; A warning, Arvind Srivastava; A Shaw perspective, Patrick McLaughlin; Presenting a paradox, Robert W. Veryzer; A re-directional perspective, Jan P. Grundling; Always good?, Karl-Erik Sveiby; In a stakeholder-driven economy, Yvonne Buma; Dependent on non-technological spheres, Serafin Talisayon; For what and by whom?, Josephine Green; Make it smart!, Leila Hurmerinta; In the rich soil of a potato field, Lutz Kucher; Dependent on having a future, Elko J. Kleinschmidt. Part 5 The 11th Hour: Within us, Kate North; Ecological innovation, Daniel Weule; Green, Rosa Maria Dangelico; Re-connecting to life, Dorothea Seebode; Humanity before economy, Lotte Larso; Enabling hope at the frontiers of systems, value and politics, Chin Hoon Lau; Peace driven by local communities, Lynne Schneider; Sustainable building and environment, Osman Ahmed. Part 6 The Roles of Big Brother and Education: Unleashing the creative potential of your human resources, Atta-ur-Rahman; Innovation for all, Hyam Nashash; Infrastructure and competitiveness, Hazim K. El-Naser; Through democratisation, Mario Coccia; Innovation with a public face, Carol Patrick; In e-government, Rodica Doina Danaiata; In social networks and sustainability, William S. Lightfoot; Making paradoxes work, Oliver Christopher Will; Dependent on education of a different kind, Susan Krup Grunin; About aliens, Alisdair Wiseman; The innovation university, Tomás Garcia; The science of innovation, Praveen Gupta; Behaviour change and a new world view, Marci Segal; In linking our present and our future, Sergio Alanis Rueda; Dependent on innovative behaviours, Mariana Ferrari. Part 7 It's About People, Stupid!: About people, stupid!, Abbie Griffin; Rethinking innovation, Jean-Pol Miche; Managing Blade Runner, Miloš Ebner; Accessing future innovation talent in a flat world, Tim Jones; In lessons from Napoleon, Stuard Read; A mindset, Paul Graves; People centred, Jeremy Myerson; To think what no one has thought of (yet), Piero Formica; Driven by people, Stefan Lindegaard; Beyond traditional boundaries, Rob Dew; The purview of the imaginative, Dean Bellefleur; With heart and mind (or not at all), Kobus Neethling; Gets emotional, Birgitta Sandberg; The innovacians, Dennis Stauffer; What we imagine it to be!, Aino Kianto. Part 8 A Question of Mindset: All in the mind, Martina Sheehan; Tapping into the unconscious and the collective conscious, Mónica Moso; Dancing with dilemmas, Natalie Turner; Our call, Ignacio Villoch; Dependent on a more open language, Jennifer Ann Gordon; In our minds, Arne Stjernholm Madsen; On the beach!, Howard Smith. Part 9 General Conditions in which Innovation Thrives: The basis for social and economic change, Joe Tidd; Overcoming the design flaws in management, Julian Birkinshaw; Holistic and networked, Tom Hulme; Organising for strategic flexibility, Petra de Weerd-Nederhof; Dependent on craft and art, Ulrich Weihe; Hopefully more like its past, Kathrin M. Möslein; Creating innovation from inside out, David Bennet; About creating innovation energy, Matthew Kingdon; Pragmatic arguments, Rolandas Strazda; Exciting, Lars Kolind; Unpredictable!, Robson Luiz Schiefler; The fundamental human nature of ideas, Ruth Thomson; Through 7 strategies, Franc Ponti; Opening with a story, Lekshmy Parameswaran; Dependent on how efficiently intellectual resources can be used, Werner Bernard. Part 10 Let's Get Together: Global collaboration on global challenges, Sherrie Lee Samuel; Innovating for sustainability, Edna Pasher; Harnessing creative capabilities of global ecosystems, Venky Rao; A team process with holistic, subversive, innovative thinking, Mo Degen; Going to be colourful, Anne-Katrin Neyer; Powered by trust, Kirsimarja Blomqvist; The role and roll of fiction, Jeff Butlar; Serious fun, Juha Kaario; Open your strategy, Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli; Dependent on open management, Yoshihiro Tabira; Within your reach, Dianka Zuiderwijk; Dependent on integral culture, Greg Rivera; About diversity, Meltem Etcheberry; Dependent on cultural intelligence, Elisabeth Plum; Building on the success of intercultural collaboration, Petra Köppel; About nurturing the breeding ground, Anni Roolf; One in which the academics and professionals speak the same language, Iain Bitran; Collaborative, Lawrence Dooley; Dependent on present education, communication and exploitation activities, Tomasz Kosmider; The commercialisation of academia and the rise of the sleeping giants, Mark McBride; In multi-voiced business competence, Hanna Lehtimäki; In collaborative networks, Dusan Schreiber; About innovation value webs, Geoff Carss; Rewriting the rules of contact, Sally Davenport. Part 11 Innovation from Everyone, Everywhere: Open innovation and the citizen innovator, Dwayne Spradlin; A key opportunity for Europe, Sylviane Toporkoff; Open innovation, Wim Vanhaverbeke; Co-creation, contactivity and co-futurising, Ron Dvir; Open and collaborative, Matthias Kaiserwerth; Innovation chain masters, Paul Hissel; Common people becoming extraordinary, Fernando Ozores; Together, David Simoes-Brown; Collaborative problem solving on a global scale, Dan Himmerich; Personal passion and strategic collaboration, Cheryl Perkins; Grasping the potential of open innovation in the service industry, Francesco Sandulli; The rise of the web-footed boomer, Robin W. Spencer. Part 12 This is All You Ever Wanted: Starting with more and better listening, Stefan Fazekas; Going to be communicated differently, Cees Jan Mol; Selling ideas to sceptical audiences, Chris Harley-Martin; The personal communication of values, Georg Obermaier; The disappearing water cooler, Joanne Lawrence; Orchestrating ideas, Anja Maier; Managing the fuzzy back-end of the innovation process, Frederico Frattini; Uncertain, Svend Haugaard; How smart companies will generate winning ideas, Michael Simpson; A practical tool-box for sustainable and systemic innovation, Nikolai Khomenko; Putting the end at the beginning, Paul Sigsworth; In the hands of customers, Mark Richardson; In sight, through clear insight, Carol Oman; Revolutionising marketing research, John Bound; The consumer firmly in command, George V. Priovolos; Dependent on our ingenuity, Gunter Ott; To make design thinking interdisciplinary, Christiane Drews; As change in the making, Sabine Junginger; An emergent phenomenon, Robert Logan; Design as catalyst, not control, Greg Van Alstyne; Experiences, B. Joseph Pine II. Part 13 Innovation Through a Particular Set of Lenses: A blurring of boundaries, Tessa van der Valk; To change the world, Langdon Morris; A socio-technical systems view, Leon Pretorius; In the industrial context, Axel Thallemer; For all industries, Maria Nietos; Determined by global warming and the ageing population, Juan Matthews; Guaranteed by compelling global problem-solving needs, Jorma Nieminen; Sustainable, affordable energy for all, Steffen Kammler; Innovative thinking?, Imad Rherrad; Addressing the challenges of climate change and clean energy, Rob van Leen; In our past, Vish Nandlall; Services based on high technologies, Sandro Battisti; In services, Diane Robers; Possibly simpler than we think, Anthie Zachariadou; Going to transform healthcare services, Lynne Maher; Working with patients and staff, Helen Baxter; A process-driven extrapolative continuum, Scott Larkin; Minicinis, Dennis Hopper; Through a technology manager's lens, Olivier Fleurot; Charity fundraising, Tom Lewis-Reynier; In the context of SMEs, Mridula Gungaphul; Its challenges in intermediate regions, Jose Albors-Garrigós; SMEs in global niches, Ann Ledwith; David and Goliath: integrating innovation to build a future, Michele O'Dwyer; Transforming communities, Dennis Farrell; At the bottom of the pyramid, Jaideep Prabhu; Low-income targets, Daniel Arias-Aranda; Paying more attention to poor countries, Paulo Benetti; 1709 and all that, Will Pugh; Collaboration and co-creation, Mehmood Khan; From the perspective of a risk-averse culture, A.S. Rao; Utilising hardship, Sabri Saidam; In emerging markets, Marko Torkkeli; In regional development, Aleksander Buczacki; Dependent on education and people, not technology, Luminita Hurbean; One that has implications for developing economies, Abiodun Egbetokun; In small island states, Betty Jane Punnett; Creating a culture for innovation in Barbados, Paul Pounder; Innovate or die, Hemant Kassean; In the field of combination, Takeshi Shimada; Co-evolving in the innovation ecosystem, Kayano Fukada; As an ecosystem, Yasser Tawfik; A social entrepreneurial spear point, Jacobus Slabbert; Through movements, Henning Sajer Jakobsen; Attitudes count!, Stephen Ko; In high-tech industries in Taiwan, Yichen Lin; Inspired by the intellectual property system, Farha Abd Ghapar; In Brazil, a craft nation, Luis Cláudio Silva Frade; In Mexico and seems bright, Blanca Garcia; What will you do tomorrow, professor?, Paul Coughlan; In the role of human resources in peripheral regions, Petra de Saá-Pérez; Open to question, Tugrul Daim; Excellent because of the world's huge problems, Ramon C. Barquin. Part 14 Famous Last Words: Holistic and vibrant, Gerard Harkin; About a precept not a concept, Alexander Manu; Sustainable, Sandra Castaneda; About people, diversity, collaboration and passion, Francisco Pinheiro; Non-normal ways, Sepehr Ghazinoory; In achieving a balanced performance, Lucio Pieroni; The case for hope, Barbara Perry; For your eyes only, Marko Seppänen. Postscriptum: 6th stage: and in every ending there is a new beginning; Index.