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Case Studies in Innovation for Researchers, Teachers and Students


This collection of case studies from different domains put a practical face on many of the issues discused in the companion Leading Issues series. ISBN: 978-1-908272-37-9 Published by Academic Publishing International PRINT version June 2012

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Edited by: Prof Heather Fulford

Published by Academic Publishing International

Many would say that innovation is a major driving force in our economy but they would be wrong. Innovation has driven life on earth for about 4 billion years. Thus there is no reason to wonder why it is so very important in all aspects of our lives.

As academics we are interested in studying innovation from many different perspectives. But the subject is not only of interest to academics. Both industry and government can obtain distinct advantage from innovation. There is also the public services sector and the NGOs as well.

It is essential to remember that  innovation is not a solitary activity: it is intensely based on relationships which are  a key to its success.

Heather Fulford is a leading authority on innovation and she has selected 10 important pieces of research which she believes will be of use to all interested readers. The ten cases and research studies presented in this volume serve to illustrate the reach and scope of innovation. Readers, researchers, teachers and students will find this book very rewarding.

Click here to view the companion volume Leading Issues in Innovation Reserach.

Both titles are available as a Book Bundle



Edited by: Prof Heather Fulford

ISBN: 978-1-908272-37-9

175 Pages

Published June 2012


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