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Piecing innovation together

When you look at all the (broken) parts within innovation it takes some time to figure out how you can piece it all together to make it a better whole. Innovation and its management is just this place this needs … Continue reading

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Reducing confusion, promoting diffusion for new knowledge in innovation

The third and final part of exploring knowledge and education for innovation Part three – the value is in changing, doing and exchanging How are we going to engage more people within the innovation process? Getting people involved is getting … Continue reading

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What is your capacity for innovation really like?

In a series of articles I’d like to explore the value of knowledge and education for innovation. Part one –  an opener to innovation change How do we advance the learning needed for innovation? In my last article I wrote … Continue reading

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Will we ever learn to manage innovation?

I was asking myself when are we ever going to really learn about how to manage innovation? Reading through the latest global survey results from McKinsey entitled ‘Innovation & Commercialization, 2010′ at http://fwd4.me/cRK and you must wonder with all the … Continue reading

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