The Evolution of Open Innovation: An Interview with Henry Chesbrough
November 2, 2011 Editor 0
In this article on the TMCNet site, Henry Chesbrough discusses the evolution of open innovation, what it takes to succeed at open innovation, where it might not gain traction, and how it compares with open-source innovation models. Chesbrough coined the term “open innovation” with the publication of his book by that title in 2003. Since that time, there has been a flurry of experimentation with different styles of open innovation at companies as diverse as P&G and Hewlett Packard, and Chesbrough has extended his research to business model innovation and, most recently, services innovation.
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