Dynamics from open innovation to evolutionary change

@inproceedings{Yun2016DynamicsFO,
  title={Dynamics from open innovation to evolutionary change},
  author={J J Yun and D Won and Kyungbae Park},
  year={2016}
}
We created conceptual models that people may use to analyze and forecast the dynamic effects of open innovation, which we applied to the smartphone sector using a model-based analysis approach. In addition, we built an open innovation simulation model for the smartphone sector. The dynamic model of open innovation linked logic and concepts relating to open innovation, complex adaptive systems, and evolutionary change. The model can be used to analyze the dynamic effects of open innovation… CONTINUE READING
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