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thoughtful new book on innovation . (Economist.com, January 2011). this is a book I can only recommend as an essential read Chesbrough has certainly raised the bar on service innovation. (InnovationManagement.se, January 2011). looks beyond product and technological platforms to a world where consumer-facing services provide the strategy for high-value, high-growth employment. (Guardian.co.uk, February 2011). ...offers a great vision for the future and provides inspiration for how companies in both developed and developing economies could create more high value and satisfying jobs. (Anatello, November 2011)
OPEN Services INNOVATION
The father of "open innovation" is back with his most significant book yet. Henry Chesbrough's acclaimed book Open Innovation described a new paradigm for management in the 21st century. Open Services Innovation offers a new approach that demonstrates how open innovation combined with a services approach to business is an effective and powerful way to grow and compete in our increasingly services-driven economy.
"Whether you are managing a product or a service, your business needs to become more open and more inclusive in order to be more innovative. Open Services Innovation will be an invaluable guide to intrepid managers who commit to making that journey."
GARY HAMEL, visiting professor, London Business School; director, Management Lab; and author, The Future of Management
Chesbrough shows how companies in any industry can make the critical shift from product- to service-centric thinking, from closed to open innovation where co-creating with customers enables sustainable business models that drive continuous value creation for customers. He maps out a strategic approach and proven framework that any individual, business unit, company, or industry can put to work for renewed growth and profits. The book includes guidance and compelling examples for small and large companies, services businesses, and emerging economies, as well as a path forward for the innovation industry.
"Chesbrough shows how innovating openly with a services mindset can make you a market leader."
CHARLENE LI, author, Open Leadership, and founder, Altimeter Group
Great read that shares many ideas in common with outside thinking, which could be used for approaching a customer centric modern approach to providing services and innovation.Published 20 months ago by Neal Ross
not that brilliant comparing to the previous, I got felling that author recycle his previous success and simply earn more money.Published on June 9, 2013 by dennis strulevitch
One of the best books i've read. Very interesting and easy to read. I recommend to all the people who is interested in innovationsPublished on January 22, 2013 by edvinas
Excelent reading and a new way of looking at services and the importance of seeing the big picture in services all through the organization. Read morePublished on April 12, 2012 by ECyCN
Overall a well written book with some good illustrative examples. The section on the developing world was not as relevant, but it was not a large part of the book.Published on April 4, 2012 by Amazon Customer
In his previous articles and books (notably Open Innovation and Open Business Models), Henry Chesbrough has a great deal of value to say about results-driven, multi-dimensional... Read morePublished on July 4, 2011 by Robert Morris
In Henry Chesbrough's book "Open services innovaton - rethinking your business to grow and compete in a new era" he offers a synthesis of his preceeding works on the same theme. Read morePublished on June 3, 2011 by Gunnela Westlander
Prof. Chesbrough has brought his vision from Open Innovation to the services arena, and have shared his privileged sight and years of reflection with everyone involved in the... Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by Francisco E. Barguil