2013 Sep 18, 8:36am
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The definition of innovation has broadened in recent years. It used to refer to research and development done in laboratories and the results of scientific experiments published in journals. But innovation is now considered to be more general than that. It includes improvements in how people work in virtual teams, global supply chains and business models. And it is more horizontal, spanning national and organizational boundaries. Recognizing and celebrating innovation is critical for inspiring people. To talk intelligently about innovation, however, you have to be able to measure it.
I invented a way to troll Libertarians but no one wants to recognize my innovative contribution to society.
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