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Anyone who is involved in business can comment on the significance of innovation for their organisation and their industry. BUT, knowing about innovation isn't enough to turn it into reality. This book distils the essential knowledge into a practical and immediately accessible text, leading students to stimulate and motivate teaching and learning in this area.
Fully revised and updated, the bookis a must-have resource for those seeking to develop or reinforce their understanding of innovation. Students will find the book helpful whether studying a structured course or doing it themselves.
The book is structured into a three-part structure of Innovation, Knowledge of Innovation, and Innovation that can be studied sequentially or in combination. The question-and-answer format reduces the scope of the text to a manageable size and encourages students to develop their own knowledge of innovation, using diagrams, figures, videos, and social-media connections to supplement their study. The format is suitable for classroom applications or for independent study, and the book is enhanced by case studies and links to websites. Focuses on the three basic types of innovation, with a practical appraisal of the different levels of organisation, including management. d2c66b5586