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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