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)
FEATURES - Creating New Ventures from Bell Labs Technologies - Henry W Chesbrough and Stephen J Socolof explain how Lucent Technologies formed an internal ventures group that attempts to steer between the models of venture capital and internal corporate development
Chesbrough, Henry W., (2000)
BEST OF HBR - Organizing for Innovation: When Is Virtual Virtuous? Champions of virtual corporations are urging managers to subcontract everything and anything, and companies all over the world are jumping on the bandwagon -- Decentralizing, downsizing, and forging alliances. But when it comes to innovation, virtuality often does more harm than good.
Chesbrough, Henry W., (2002)
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