The First-Mover Advantage of Open Innovation
December 16, 2012 Editor 0
Companies that make a strategic choice to become the “first mover” on open innovation in their industry will find that implementing it is hard, but it will often result in a leadership position that is hard to copy. The same applies to suppliers who decide to become the preferred partner of choice within the given industry, according to Stefan Lindegaard.
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