Henry Chesbrough: Innovation vs. Invention
October 30, 2012 Editor 0
The World of Business Ideas website posted a talk by Henry Chesbrough in which he describes the differences between innovation and invention. For decades corporations dedicated to inventing new products were worried that someone would find out their best kept secrets. However, it turns out that many of these inventions weren’t their own innovations. Here expert in open innovation Henry Chesbrough explains why.
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