From each potential research based ipr maximum number

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from each potential research based IPR maximum number of parallel tracks should be targeted 3. any already released IPR that fail, but have been iterated forward, should be quickly released back for others to gain from it’s learnings 4. IPR’s that have been iterated forward in different tracks, should be encouraged to share at least part of their IPR’s for other tracks to benefit from this development, making all tracks benefit from each other's developments There are some beginnings of new solutions being created under “open innovation” umbrella, but those does not extend enough towards existing and new research based IPR direction and innovation by startups, as it’s mostly focusing on “openly inventing and innovating new things”, but fail to take into account the other aspects like; who’s going to make it happen and how's the structure around the potential innovation? ­ To make it possible to understand it, share risks & rewards of the investments and efforts associated with the efforts etc. Open innovation also focus to openly “produce new IPR”, so it does not actively focus or motivate to open up existing research based IPR or opening up the current channels that continue to produce more of it ­ by scalable methods and fixed agreements/terms to “release or open the IPR’s” in a way that relevant startups find it and take it to use. Learning from similar problems solved elsewhere When looking for solutions for new models, it’s advantageous to look for other parts of the innovation funnel and ecosystem first and then beyond the innovation process itself for some existing approaches and models were similar problem have occurred and have been solved or radically improved, based on this there are few identified key solutions to look into. Similar issues with solutions for new models that could work in this as well: 1. Difference in “Accelerator model” compared with traditional “incubator & seed fund model” or “business angel” ­models, where the key volume & scalability driver have been from very “custom approach” to “fixed model” that is well documented for scaling. 1.1. Success is based on fixed that can be applied in more locations due process being well documented 1.2. Instead of taking any type of startup and to try to match with any type of investors, focus is on fixed model and then only looking for startups that fit to that model and then finding investors to connect with that are interested only from that type of startups (startup type, being limited only by it’s development stage and in some cases industry focus, so still a lot of variation, but very fixed from one area “startup development phase” based criteria)
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From Technology Transfer To Open IPR 1.3. Not anything for anyone, with any type of deal model that is then negotiated, but simple criteria based “take it or leave it” model, but if take, then no negotiations but action.
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