Covid-19 has severely tested our public health systems. Recovering from Covid-19 will soon test our economic systems. Innovation will have an important role to play in recovering from the aftermath of the coronavirus. This article discusses both how to manage innovation as part of that recovery, and also derives some lessons from how we have responded to the virus so far, and what those lessons imply for managing innovation during the recovery.

To recover faster from Covid-19, open up: Managerial implications from an open innovation perspective / Chesbrough, Henry William. - In: INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT. - ISSN 0019-8501. - 88:(2020), pp. 410-413. [10.1016/j.indmarman.2020.04.010]

To recover faster from Covid-19, open up: Managerial implications from an open innovation perspective

Chesbrough, Henry
2020

Abstract

Covid-19 has severely tested our public health systems. Recovering from Covid-19 will soon test our economic systems. Innovation will have an important role to play in recovering from the aftermath of the coronavirus. This article discusses both how to manage innovation as part of that recovery, and also derives some lessons from how we have responded to the virus so far, and what those lessons imply for managing innovation during the recovery.
To recover faster from Covid-19, open up: Managerial implications from an open innovation perspective / Chesbrough, Henry William. - In: INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT. - ISSN 0019-8501. - 88:(2020), pp. 410-413. [10.1016/j.indmarman.2020.04.010]
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