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Author(s) : KEVIN J BOUDREAU, KARIM R LAKHANI
Area : Other
Language : English
Year : 2009
|Affiliations :||Harvard Business School, Boston|
Volume : 50
Issue : 50413
Pages : 69-76
Url : http://sloanreview.mit.edu/the-magazine/articles/2009/summer/50413/?purchase=yes/
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