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Open Innovation

Authors : Alexander Pohl, Berit Engel

Published in: Handbuch Digitale Wirtschaft

Publisher: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Zusammenfassung

Open Innovation bezeichnet die Entwicklung und Kommerzialisierung von Innovationen basierend auf internen und externen Ideen. Open Innovation steht damit für eine Öffnung der Innovationsprozesse von Unternehmen. Kunden und externe Partner werden in die Innovationsphasen der Ideenfindung und Entwicklung sowie teilweise in die Vermarktung mit einbezogen und integriert. In dem vorliegenden Beitrag wird Open Innovation grundsätzlich vorgestellt, Vor- und Nachteile diskutiert und verschiedene Instrumente dargelegt. Weiterhin wird ein State of the Art Überblick über den aktuellen Forschungsstand gegeben. Hierzu wurde eine Vielzahl von relevanten A- und B-Journal-Beiträgen aus den Jahren 2003 bis 2017 im Hinblick auf ihre Zitierhäufigkeit ausgewertet und einer Inhaltsanalyse unterzogen. Im Ergebnis konnten über diese Inhaltsanalyse der meistzitierten Beiträge fünf Themenbereiche identifiziert werden, die in der Forschung zu Open Innovation eine besondere Beachtung finden. Abschließend zeigt der Beitrag Einsatzmöglichkeiten von Open Innovation in der Unternehmenspraxis und Erfolgsfaktoren bei der praktischen Umsetzung.

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Metadata
Title
Open Innovation
Authors
Alexander Pohl
Berit Engel
Copyright Year
2020
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-17291-6_66