New Paper published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management
The paper entitled "When Does Search Openness Really Matter? A Contingency Study of Health Care Innovation Projects" has been published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management, VHB Journal Rating A, one of the leading international outlets for innovation management research. The paper is co-authored by Tomas Farchi, from the Universidad Austral, Michael Barrett, from the University of Cambridge, and Sue Dopson, from the University of Oxford. It develops and tests a contingency model of open innovation and reveals that project-level returns from openness are likely to depend on key characteristics of the project, the project leader and the organizational context the innovation project is embedded in.
The paper is available online at Wiley Online Library .