Communities of Creation: Managing Distributed Innovation in Turbulent Markets Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

A new model of distributed innovation community is the creation of a mechanism for controlling the innovation that lies between the hierarchical (s) and the mechanism of the market (s) in the mechanism of innovation management. Community-oriented model shifts the focus of innovation outside the company, the community of people and businesses that work together to create a joint intellectual property. Community requires the establishment define sponsor a set of rules for participation, and the control system of intellectual property rights. Community to create a model of innovation can operate in a complex environment of balance between order and chaos. This article presents detailed case studies from the computer industry to emphasize the differences between the various approaches to innovation management. It also discusses the opportunities and unresolved issues create a model community for practitioners, as well as for scientists. "Hide
Mohanbir by Sony, Emanuela Prandelli Source: California Management Review 32 pages. Publication Date: July 1, 2000. Prod. #: CMR178-PDF-ENG

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