Lessons Learned from the Industrial Practice of the Open Innovation Model for the Development of New Products I

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SV, S., Shell Projects & Technology
Rafienia, B., AMACS Process Tower Internals

Open Innovation is a technology management practice in which external resources are used to supplement a companys internal R&D and commercialization effort. External partnering strategies include licensing in; corporate- funded R&D at universities, institutes and the government; utilizing external providers; and practicing joint developments between companies. This session will examine learnings from both industry and its external partners in innovation.

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AIChE Members $150.00
Employees of CCPS Member Companies $150.00
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