Professor Henry Chesbrough on Open Innovation and Open Business Models

Henry Chesbrough was a colleague of mine many years ago.  He recently answered questions about innovation at a conference on private banking innovation. The event took place in Dublin and was organized by Enterprise Ireland. Henry's talks about Open Innovation and Open Business Models, two terms he coined in two different books.

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