Open Innovation

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Open Innovation

A business concept developed by Henry Chesbrough which encourages companies to acquire outside sources of innovation to order to improve product lines and shorten the time required to bring products to market, and to market or release internally developed innovation which does not fit the company's business model but could be effectively used elsewhere. Source: Business Dictionary

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