IKnow Magazine 2016
Corbel, P. « Open Innovation and Intellectual Property Strategy: Some Insights », iKnow Magazine, vol.6, n°1, March 2016, p.14-17
“The Closed Innovation paradigm assumes that you must ‘make’ your ideas and monetize them through your own products […]. A company manages IP to create and maintain control over its ideas and to exclude others from using them” (Chesbrough, 2003, p.155). As rights to exclude, patents seem at odds with the principles of open innovation. In fact, patents are at least as important in a world of open innovation as in a closed innovation model (part 1). Moreover, if most academic articles focus on patents (except in the field of marketing), the range of intellectual property rights (IPR) is much broader (part 2).
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