Stretching the Concept of Open Innovation
November 26, 2012 Editor 0
Too often, when innovation practitioners think of open innovation, they tend to focus on products and services. While that’s a valuable perspective, it’s also limiting, warns Stefan Lindegaard. Why not be open to opportunities to collaborate with outside entities in other parts of our organization’s operations?
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