Future Skills for Openness: A framework for promoting openness in science and business
What kind of mindset, skills and tools do the openness pioneers, innovators and activists of today and tomorrow need?
How can we promote a culture of openness in science and business?
The framework “Future Skills for Openness”, co-authored by Christiane Grill from the OIS Center, focuses on the question of which mindset, skills and tools academics in business (open innovation) and science (open science) as well as in their working environments in companies, universities and research institutions need in order to promote a culture of openness. In particular, the framework sheds light on which competences organisations can promote so that the people in these institutions can successfully (co-)shape the desired change towards more openness.