A Web-Based Framework for Collaborative Innovation

  title={A Web-Based Framework for Collaborative Innovation},
  author={Donald D. Cowan and Paulo S. C. Alencar and Fred McGarry and Carlos J. P. Lucena and Ingrid Nunes},
Twenty-first century global change in most sectors is challenging our use and management of resources. For a community to adapt to this systemic change, while maintaining and even enhancing its economy and quality of life, the World Economic Forum has recognized the need for new approaches to enable collaborative innovation (CI) and related action among both the leadership and concerned members of the community. Many see the web as an approach to CI and as a new form of creativity machine that… 
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▪ Nacido en Cartagena (Murcia), en noviembre de 1954. ▪ Licenciado en Ciencias Químicas por la Universidad de Murcia, Catedrático de Física y Química, Divulgador Científico freelance, Escritor, y
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Education 1973-1978 Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, Department of Electronic Engineering, M.Sc. thesis: "Tolerance assignment for selection tests of integrated circuits," 1978 (Wojciech Maly
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