A67 - Vantage Point: Can Innovation Be Taught?
Machine Design, Penton Publishing, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
November 22, 2006 -- Page 54
This article provides a brief history of Western efforts to spur innovation and lists some of the more established techniques that have developed over the decades. It also reviews the 57 most common innovation tools in use today and categorizes them into four levels. Each successive level is characterized by an ever increasing use of domain knowledge within the organization. Costs for various tools and techniques are also summarized.
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