Learning from Open Innovation

@inproceedings{Love2011LearningFO,
  title={Learning from Open Innovation},
  author={James H. Love and Stephen Roper and Priit Vahter},
  year={2011}
}
We explore how openness in one period generates learning effects in the next period which enable firms to be ?better? at open innovation, i.e. to generate more innovation outputs from any given level of openness. Openness to external knowledge sources, whether through search activity or linkages to external partners in new product development, involves a process of interaction and information processing. Such activities are likely to be subject to a process of trial and error, as firms learn… CONTINUE READING

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