Building new competencies for new business creation based on breakthrough technological innovations
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Vanhaverbeke, W.; Kirschbaum, R.;
Publisher: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Subject: technological innovation, business
This paper focuses on the question how companies can build new capabilities or competencies based on discontinuous technological innovations? In particular, we analyze how corporate ventures are set up to develop and commercialize these radical innovations can play a cr... View more
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