By Nerac Analysts,
Originally published February, 2010
Nerac recently conducted a series of executive roundtables on open innovation around the United States and in the United Kingdom. All the attendees were Nerac clients and are involved in open innovation at some level. The discussions generated much debate, and common themes developed around questions dealing with implementation, conflict over intellectual property, creating open innovation networks, and creating measurement systems.
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