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Mastering Emergent Opportunities and Risks During Distributed Innovation


Edward G. Anderson


University of Texas at Austin - Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management

Nitin Joglekar


Boston University - Department of Operations and Technology Management

August 11, 2011

THE INNOVATION BUTTERFLY: MANAGING EMERGENT OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS DURING DISTRIBUTED INNOVATION, Forthcoming

Abstract:     
Innovation is a complex system, prone to emergent opportunities and risks. This article, which is the first chapter of a forthcoming book, overviews the causes of these emergent opportunities and risks. It also briefly describes the perspectives, tools, and leadership culture that are necessary to shape these complex systems in a manner beneficial to an innovation firm.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 40

Keywords: Distributed Product Development, Innovation, Management of Technology, Complexity, Integration

JEL Classification: M13, M14, O32, O33

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Date posted: October 20, 2011 ; Last revised: June 12, 2014

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Anderson, Edward G. and Joglekar, Nitin, Mastering Emergent Opportunities and Risks During Distributed Innovation (August 11, 2011). THE INNOVATION BUTTERFLY: MANAGING EMERGENT OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS DURING DISTRIBUTED INNOVATION, Forthcoming . Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1946468

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Edward G. Anderson (Contact Author)
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management ( email )
CBA 5.202
Austin, TX 78712
United States
512-471-6394 (Phone)
512-471-3937 (Fax)
Nitin Joglekar
Boston University - Department of Operations and Technology Management ( email )
United States
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