The Role of Perceived Comprehension in Idea Evaluation

  title={The Role of Perceived Comprehension in Idea Evaluation},
  author={Alexandre Sukhov},
  journal={Cognitive Social Science eJournal},
Idea evaluation is a vital stage in the front end of innovation, which helps managers decide the direction of future innovation projects. Often, idea evaluations are crowdsourced from users in orde ... 
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    European Journal of Innovation Management
  • 2021
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