Featuring Henry Chesbrough, PhD 97, Adjunct Professor and Faculty Director, Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation
Industrial innovation is itself in the process of being innovated. Previously, companies relied primarily upon internal innovation for their R&D activities. This approach is giving way to a more open, more distributed process called open innovation. Henry Chesbrough is acknowledged to be the “father of open innovation.” In this talk, he will describe its main concepts, and provide some illustrative examples.