Innovating in Practice: Perspectives and Experiences by Tiziana Russo-Spena, Cristina Mele, Maaria Nuutinen

By Tiziana Russo-Spena, Cristina Mele, Maaria Nuutinen

The goal of the publication is to plan another conceptual vocabulary for learning innovation via stressing the function of social, contextual and cultural views. This vocabulary is drawn on a carrier and on sociological views on innovation in response to the ontological assumption that innovation is a cost co-creation topic and that it occurs in a fact that's a number of, built and socially embedded. the purpose is to take on key matters corresponding to social building, carrier innovation, wisdom and studying methods, worth (co) construction, innovating and innovation actions networking and collaborative innovation.

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By Tiziana Russo-Spena, Cristina Mele, Maaria Nuutinen

The goal of the publication is to plan another conceptual vocabulary for learning innovation via stressing the function of social, contextual and cultural views. This vocabulary is drawn on a carrier and on sociological views on innovation in response to the ontological assumption that innovation is a cost co-creation topic and that it occurs in a fact that's a number of, built and socially embedded. the purpose is to take on key matters corresponding to social building, carrier innovation, wisdom and studying methods, worth (co) construction, innovating and innovation actions networking and collaborative innovation.

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