Open Innovation in the light of Patent Law.
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Autor/esMeitinger, Thomas Heinz
Disciplina/sAdministración y Dirección de Empresas
Materia/sOrganización y Gestión de Empresas
The results of the individual chapters are summarized below, starting with chapter 2. The first chapter is the introduction. Finally, the main research question is answered. Chapter 2: Limitations and Definitions Definitions for CI and OI were developed from which the variants of the innovation methods were derived. Definitions of CI and OI: Closed Innovation (CI) CI is an innovation method for creating an innovation for an organization, wherein only internal inventors and only this organization is involved in the innovation method. Open Innovation (OI) OI is an innovation method for creating an innovation for an organization, wherein at least one step of the innovation method is outside this organization. Four variants of innovation methods were derived from the definitions of OI and CI, that have the following characteristics: Closed Innovation (CI) One organization and internal inventors Variant 1 of Open Innovation (OI with-an-external-inventor) One organizatio...