No man is an island, and neither is an organization. GE is one of the leading companies, the fact that the challenges facing adopted – in areas ranging from healthcare to energy to transportation – are to be solved for ‘evil’ GE alone. In a networked world, the key to the solution of complex problems in figuring out when and who to ask for help. The authors describe six skills of ‘open innovation’, which you can add new insights, perspectives, and various sharp capabilitie … Read more »

No man is an island, and neither is an organization. GE is one of the leading companies, the fact that the challenges facing adopted – in areas ranging from healthcare to energy to transportation – are to be solved for ‘evil’ GE alone. In a networked world, the key to the solution of complex problems in figuring out when and who to ask for help. The authors describe six skills of “open innovation,” with the new insights, different perspectives and sharp skills to add to your existing processes and infrastructure enable and drive innovation.
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Bansi Nagji,
Helen Walters
Source: Rotman School of Management
4 pages.
Release Date: 1 April 2012. Prod #: ROT171-PDF-ENG
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