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After years of success from fully integrated, huge and relatively closed R&D centres in the 1970’s and 80’s large pharmaceutical companies have slowly but increasingly embraced the concept of leveraging innovation from external sources to build and balance their internal R&D pipelines. This has coincided with plenty of statements of how “Open Innovation” adds value for pharma and a massive increase in partnering and networking activities and departments within companies. And yet. Open innovation is easier to put into a box and assign to a new group of executives than integrate culturally into proud and established internal R&D organisations. Management systems that are geared to progressing internal assets struggle to cope with the challenge of dealing with outside parties. In this paper we explore this integration challenge and how companies can have the best of both worlds by applying an Integrated and Open Innovation approach to their R&D and Commercial activities.

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