The Era of Open Innovation - The way in which organizations generate ideas and bring them to market is undergoing a fundamental change. In the old model of closed innovation, companies generated their own ideas, which they then would develop, manufacture, market, distribute and service themselves. In the new open-innovation model, the boundaries of the firm are permeable and companies like Nokia, ...
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MIT sloan management review. - Cambridge, Mass : MIT, ISSN 1532-9194, ZDB-ID 2039388X. - Vol. 44.2003, 3, p. 35-41
Chesbrough, Henry W., (2003)
Making Sense of Corporate Venture Capital - Big companies have a decidedly mixed record funding external start-ups. That's because many companies judge a VC investment primarily on its financial return rather than on its ability to fuel growth. This framework will help companies assess existing and potential VC investments and determine when and how to use corporate VC as an instrument of ...
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