Editorial: Co-innovando: modelos de innovación abierta
En un entorno cambiante, con curvas de maduración de productos cortas, con tecnologías de la información y comunicaciones que facilitan una transferencia de conocimientos rápida; la innovación pasa a ser un “must”. En el editorial anterior resaltábamos la importancia de la innovación para las organizaciones y la obligatoriedad de destinar recursos al I+D para poder sobresalir y sobrevivir en el mercado. In a changeable environment, with curves of ripeness of products you cut, with technologies of the information and communications that facilitate a rapid transfer of knowledge; the innovation happens to be a "must". In the previous editorial we were highlighting the importance of the innovation for the organizations and the obligatiry nature to destine resources to the research and development to be able to stand out and survive on the market.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 6 (December)
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