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"In his 2003 book, Open Innovation, Chesbrough made the argument that times have changed. The way that firms had been creating and commercializing new technology for over a century would no longer suffice. Under the “closed innovation” model, firms relied on their own research and resources to produce new or improved products and services. ..." – By Jennifer Kuan
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