Innovation Theory – An Epistemological Aspects
The character and intensity of the innovations process of goods, processes or organisational structure depend on both corporate research and development initiatives and on transfer of technology and know-how from the external environment. The character of innovative processes as well as their degree and development are thus dependant on a number of endogenous (shaping the potential of the company’s close environment) and exogenous factors (relating to the global economic and technological development). The paper present epistemological introduction to theory of innovation.
Volume (Year): 5 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
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