Opening Up the Innovation Process: Towards an Agenda

@inproceedings{Gassmann2006OpeningUT,
  title={Opening Up the Innovation Process: Towards an Agenda},
  author={O. Gassmann},
  year={2006}
}
  • O. Gassmann
  • Published 2006
  • Business, Engineering
  • The author reflects on the trends and streams of open innovation. Various perspectives of opening up the innovation process includes: globalization of innovation, early supplier integration, user innovation, and external commercialization and application of technology. Globalization favors open innovation models because they achieve economies of scale more swiftly and promote more powerful standards and dominant designs. 
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