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Current innovation management literature and research statically differentiates between incremental and disruptive innovation. Incremental innovation is generally comprehended as improvement of technology performance or product feature enhancement, whereas disruptive innovation is defined as based on technologies previously new to the world, combined with(More)
Current innovation management literature and research describing innovation planning seems to disregard the possibility to continuously execute such an effort within a given enterprise. Resulting from a practice oriented research involving nine international enterprises, insights concerning needed competencies, an integrative process and business excellence(More)
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