LakhaniPanetta2007principles


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@article{LakhaniPanetta2007principles,
 title={The principles of distributed innovation},
 author={Lakhani, Karim R and Panetta, Jill A},
 journal={Innovations: technology, governance, globalization},
 volume={2},
 number={3},
 pages={97--112},
 year={2007},
 publisher={MIT Press}
}

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Lakhani, K. R., & Panetta, J. A. (2007). The principles of distributed innovation. Innovations: technology, governance, globalization, 2(3), 97-112.

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Lakhani, K.R. and Panetta, J.A. [2007] 「The principles of distributed innovation」『Innovations: technology, governance, globalization』2巻3号, pp. 97--112

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Inviting “outsiders” to participate in the innovation process naturally implies a different orientation towards issues of openness and intellectual property (IP). The traditional road to innovation, which is paved in secrecy and walled off to competitors and customers and emphasizes the accumulation of a large IP portfolio, would clearly not be effective in a distributed innovation setting in which participation is invited from many individuals. In such settings, individuals and especial- ly organizations must be comfortable with the requisite degree of openness in the innovation process and adjust IP policies to encourage greater sharing and reuse of knowledge and expertise. There is no standard approach to evolving towards open innovation. The degree to which openness and creativity can be accommo- dated by IP is dependent on the context of operation and norms of the communi- ty industrial setting and business model.


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