Working with Academic Partners Effectively in the Context of Open Innovation: The Practice of Huawei
Adrian Furner and
29th European Regional ITS Conference, Trento 2018 from International Telecommunications Society (ITS)
Huawei's Huawei Innovation Research Program (HIRP) has contributed to the development of Huawei from a Chinese start-up to a global ICT leader by lavaraging its cross-border and cross-cultural network connecting world-class scholars. With the help of HIRP, Huawei has acheived a large number of breakthroughs in both fundamental research and technology applications. The HIRP has acted as a systematic and transferable model to address the challenges of Academic-Industry partnership, with three consistent and consecutive approaches, namely shared objectives; relationship multiplier and portfolio-level connections. Our focus on the relationship as a key value differentiator has reduced the mismatch between Huawei and academia.This enhanced access to high quality academic partners enables the innovation of many game-changing technologies and leads to a Better Connected World.
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