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innovation

noun
1. Something new or different.
2. The act of innovating, or introducing a new product, technology, or method.
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This organizational system enabled Edison to simultaneously create many innovations.
Large, breakthrough innovations such as the invention of the transistor or laser [both by Bell Labs] tend to capture the imagination," he said.
While IP ownership is an essential driver of innovation, technological advances are often dependent on shared knowledge, standards, and collaborative innovation.
The authors point out, "Incumbent firms master sustaining innovations because their values prioritize them, and their processes and resources are designed to tackle precisely those types of innovations.
The 2003 winners will be announced in February 2003 and will join an elite list of only 50 innovations worldwide to be honored by CIF with the NOVA Award.
These are the workers who get the job done day-In and day-out, but are not quick to embrace innovations like the innovators and early adopters.
The most effective organizations send out scouting teams from all parts of the organization long before innovations are competitively required.
As DAC continues to grow and embrace all aspects of electronic design, design automation, and manufacturing, it is also important to pursue innovation in the management of these processes," said Steven P.
Most often, Rubbermaid's product innovations are hardly market-shaking.
Veteran news anchor John Hook of KSAZ, Fox 10 in Phoenix will emcee this year's Governor's Celebration of Innovation (GCOI) on December 5 at the Pointe South Mountain Resort in Phoenix.
Stem Cell Innovations proprietary, human pluripotent stem cells, known as PluriCells[TM], have the potential to aid in drug discovery, toxicology, and cell therapy.

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