How to invent a new business model based on crowdsourcing : the Crowdspirit ® case

  title={How to invent a new business model based on crowdsourcing : the Crowdspirit ® case},
  author={Val{\'e}rie Chanal},
Chesbrough’s work on open innovation provides a theoretical framework to understand how firms can access external knowledge in order to support their R&D processes. The author defines open innovation as a paradigm that assumes that firms can and should use both external and internal ideas and internal and external paths to market. He considers that industrial R&D is undergoing a paradigm shift from the closed to the open model. Information and communication technologies and especially web 2.0… CONTINUE READING

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