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Ola Olsson

This chapter is focused on how the information and communication technology (ICT) context has nourished the industrial dynamic literature stream when it comes to the innovation process. It does so by using a life-cycle approach on key node papers with a specific focus on interaction and collaboration activates between ICT firms during the past decades. According to the study these activities have nourished the process in different stages of the innovation life-cycle. In addition, choice of learning strategy seems to decide the strength of relationships and ultimately the potential magnitude of innovation and technological change. The practical implication is that ICT firms seem to have moved away from the vertical strategy of doing it all in-house. Instead, there are several indications of an open way of working which push the innovation process forward.

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Lars-Erik Olsson, Marie Nordfeldt and Ola Larsson