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Measuring Innovation : Challenges and Best Practices

  title={Measuring Innovation : Challenges and Best Practices},
  author={Gus Manoochehri},
Given today’s competitive business environment, innovation has become a critical function. In order to manage innovation effectively, it needs to be measured. However, measuring innovation has proved to be very challenging. Based on review of literature, companies' practices, consultants’ experiences and survey results, this paper provides a clearer and more comprehensive understanding of challenges and best practices in measuring innovation. After review of key challenges, the use of an… Expand
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