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Innovation in Aeronautics by M Hirst, T Young

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The process of innovation in aeronautics

M. Henshaw,     Loughborough University, UK

Abstract:

It is argued that, within organisations, innovation is a cultural attribute, rather than something that is based on process. Nevertheless, one can conceive an informal process through which change is introduced from its first conception through to realisation as comprising the following activities: scan, focus, resource, implement, learn (Bessant, 2003). Successful innovation is the property of organisations that take an holistic approach to design and that pay significant attention to the last activity of the notional process, i.e. learning. Innovation concerns not only invention, but the vision and ability to take an idea through to application ...

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