„It is also worth noting that it is extremely difficult to be a great buyer of complementary competencies if you do not have any knowledge about the stuff you are acquiring. Friedrich Nietzsche pointed out that a man has no ears for that to which experience has given him no access. We need knowledge to be able to outsource knowledge.“

— Jonas Ridderstråle, p. 233

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Jonas Ridderstråle5
Swedish business theorist 1966

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