Innovation and Change

Corporate Venturing: Challenges and best practices of large firms innovating with start-ups

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Innovation in large corporations, particularly the practice of corporate venturing to innovate with start-ups, is emerging at great speed, increasing the penetration of some of these mechanisms in companies from 2% to 44% percent in just 6 years. Despite best intentions, chief innovation officers are still struggling and learning how to build, scale, and consolidate their corporate venturing units. In our recent study, we suggest best practices to improve the eleven corporate venturing mechanisms.
Bibliographic citation: PRATS, M. J., SIOTA, J., SACCOMANO, C., CANONICI, T., CONTIJOCH, X. (2018). Corporate Venturing: Challenges and best practices of large firms innovating with start-ups. The European Business Review.
Date: 01/10/2018
Author(s): Julia Prats; Josemaria Siota; Celeste Saccomano; Tommaso Canonici; Xavier Contijoch
Document type: Non-refereed article
Department: Entrepreneurship
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Languages: English