Get your copy of “Leading Open Innovation”

Get your copy of “Leading Open Innovation”

Dear Innovators, if you wonder how to best get hold of a copy of “Leading Open Innovation”, let us point you directly to the website of our great publisher MIT Press: http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/leading-open-innovation Here you get access to Google Preview, can buy an E-book version of “Leading Open Innovation” or a copy of the hardcover book. The hardcover is also available via your local amazon or barnes&noble online store and at

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From “coming soon” to “coming out” …

From “coming soon” to “coming out” …

Let’s party! – “Leading Open Innovation” is no longer a vision for the future, a project behind the curtain, an inspiration ‘coming soon’. No! It is now here and real – it is out and ready to help make open innovation work for you! This is the result of a a major open innovation effort, a wonderful co-creation process of 22 leading innovators in the field from academia, business and

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Welcome to Leading Open Innovation!

Welcome to Leading Open Innovation!

Welcome to Leading Open Innovation! Here you will find regular updates on the book, its co-creators, their experiences, learnings and findings. For now, we still have to wait patiently for the book reaching the market: first in the US, then UK and then step by step across Europe and the rest of the world – bits are quick, but books still have to travel… 3-2-1!   Tweet

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The Book

The book Leading Open Innovation describes OI’s search for smart people who might expand the space for innovation.
It reflects international, cross-sector, and transdisciplinary interests among contributors from the United States, Germany, France, Finland, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Tunisia, Austria, and China working in large multinational organizations, academic institutions, or entrepreneurial projects.
They are part of the Peter Pribilla network, which Ralf Reichwald describes at the end of the volume as a point of contact that supports overlapping interests in innovation and leadership.

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