Henry Chesbrough Open Services Innovation
Innovation has always been a challenging and risky business. These days, it is getting harder and harder for many companies to compete, escaping the forces of commoditization, as manufacturing spreads around the world to lower-cost regions. With the increasing flow of knowledge and information, largely spurred by the proliferation of the Internet and enabled by technology, product life span is shortening.
To be continued at Blogging Innovation » Open Services Innovation.
- Henry Chesbrough: Is Open Innovation Sustainable? (fredzimny.wordpress.com)
- The Future of How We Consume Things – Henry Chesbrough – The Conversation – Harvard Business Review (serve4impact.com)
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