GOOD PRACTICES IN INFORMATION PROCESSING IN NETWORKS OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY BASED ON OPEN INNOVATION PARADIGM
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The article is related to a phenomenon of Open Innovation (OI), which is a substantive opposition to so called closed innovation, which assumes that creating value needs to be controlled to succeed. There were main assumptions of Open Innovation presented, which is making multisharing capitals, concentrating enterprises, organizations, scientific entities, aimed at fulfilment of a common goal which is creation and development of innovative products. The role of networks and stakeholders was analysed in the context of implementation and usage of outer knowledge, access to new markets of abilities, information etc. In the text the focal points were the determinants of implementation of open innovation and clusters as the source of innovations and synergy of benefits. In the context of essence and assumptions of Open Innovation, the Cluster Bioenergy for the Region and deENet network were analysed.