Entrepreneurship in innovation communities : insights from 3D printing startups and the dilemma of open source hardware /

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Author / Creator:Ferdinand, Jan-Peter, author.
Imprint:Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]
©2018
Description:1 online resource
Language:English
Series:Contributions to management science
Contributions to management science.
Subject:Technological innovations -- Economic aspects.
New business enterprises -- Technological innovations.
Three-dimensional printing -- Industrial applications.
Entrepreneurship.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
Tool making.
Research & development management.
Entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship.
Technological innovations -- Economic aspects.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11541817
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ISBN:9783319668420
3319668420
3319668412
9783319668413
Digital file characteristics:text file PDF
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 13, 2017).
Summary:"Drawing on empirical insights from the field of desktop 3D printing, this book elaborates the concept of innovation communities as a pattern of open and distributed innovation. As these communities spur a fruitful exchange of explorative, open source knowledge, they represent a novel mode of "doing innovation", which considerably differs from established practices in market and business realms. Hence, the people that participate in these collective endeavors often develop entrepreneurial ambitions and start to exploit community-based innovations commercially. The book presents deep insights on the institutional idiosyncrasies of innovation communities, the associated dilemma of entrepreneurship and the strategies of 3D-printing startups to face the corresponding challenges."--
Other form:Print version: 3319668412 9783319668413
Standard no.:10.1007/978-3-319-66842-0
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Summary:Drawing on empirical insights from the field of desktop 3D printing, this book elaborates the concept of innovation communities as a pattern of open and distributed innovation. As these communities spur a fruitful exchange of explorative, open source knowledge, they represent a novel mode of "doing innovation", which considerably differs from established practices in market and business realms. Hence, the people that participate in these collective endeavors often develop entrepreneurial ambitions and start to exploit community-based innovations commercially. The book presents deep insights on the institutional idiosyncrasies of innovation communities, the associated dilemma of entrepreneurship and the strategies of 3D-printing startups to face the corresponding challenges.
Physical Description:1 online resource
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:9783319668420
3319668420
3319668412
9783319668413