The main factor pointing to limitations of this approach include: – constantly increasing mobility of skilled and professionally trained professionals – increasing the volume of private venture capital is used to create start-ups that translate the results of external research for new products – the dwindling life cycle and time bring to market new products and services. In situations where there are these factors, the model of closed innovation can not work effectively. In the process R & D management based on open innovation made the following processes: – receipt of foreign securities in the company of ideas – the outflow beyond the company's ideas, not having for her values. So, "open innovation – is the paradigm under which it is believed that companies can and should, along with own use and external ideas, and apply the "internal" and "external" ways to reach the market with their more advanced technology. " In 2006, Harvard published the second book by Henry Chesbrough, dedicated development of the theory of open innovation and strengthening the role of business – models for the commercialization of innovation. In Russia, it appears, as well as the first work Chesbrough, in 2007, entitled "Open Business – model.
IP – Management. In the second Chesbro book not only shows why the business model should be open, but also offers a unique diagnostic tool for assessing the current business – a model company. Under the business – a model of Chesbrough understand the general scheme of a combination of ideas or technology to their economic results.