What is Open Innovation?
Up to the end of the 20th century, companies have been innovating using mainly internal
With the rise of Internet and on-line networks, new innovation practice
has been facilitated. Companies have shifted from "closed" innovation processes
towards more open ways of innovating. In 2003, Dr. Henry Chesbrough (Executive Director,
Center for Open Innovation, Haas School of Business) coined the term "Open Innovation"
as a paradigm that assumes firms should use external and internal ideas to support
their innovation goals, as well as internal and external paths to market in order
to advance their technology.
You will find below a selection of videos, articles and presentations to help you going further with Open Innovation: