The Evolution of Science-Based Business: Innovating How We Innovate

@inproceedings{Pisano2010TheEO,
  title={The Evolution of Science-Based Business: Innovating How We Innovate},
  author={Gary P. Pisano},
  year={2010}
}
Science has long been connected to innovation and to business. As early as the late 19th century, chemical companies, realizing the commercial potential of science, created the first industrial research laboratories. During much of the 20th century, large-scale business enterprises like DuPont, GE, Westinghouse, IBM, Kodak, Xerox (PARC), and AT&T (Bell Laboratories) created in-house labs capable of first-rate basic scientific research. In recent decades, however, the connection between science… CONTINUE READING

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