Open Innovation Generates Great Ideas, So Why Aren't Companies Adopting Them?
Christopher Barley

Executive Summary Today, many companies see open innovation - a process for sharing knowledge and ideas with other organizations - as a core part of their strategy for developing new offerings. Oddly, however, although both the depth and breadth of intercompany collaboration continues to increase, the actual adoption of the ideas developed this way does not seem to be rising at the same pace.