Central problems in the management of innovation

@inproceedings{Ven1986CentralPI,
  title={Central problems in the management of innovation},
  author={A. V. D. Ven},
  year={1986}
}
  • A. V. D. Ven
  • Published 1986
  • Business
  • Innovation is defined as the development and implementation of new ideas by people who over time engage in transactions with others within an institutional order. This definition focuses on four basic factors new ideas, people, transactions, and institutional context. An understanding of how these factors are related leads to four basic problems confronting most general managers: 1 a human problem of managing attention, 2 a process problem in managing new ideas into good currency, 3 a… CONTINUE READING
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