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A One Day Innovation Business Game for Pupils

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  • Börge Kummert

    (Degree Programme Innovation Management, Austria)

  • Hans Lercher

    (Degree Programme Innovation Management, Austria)

  • Andreas Rehklau

    (Degree Programme Innovation Management, Austria)

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    In this Paper, we will demonstate a perfect one day innovation business game for pupils. The goals of the game are: 1. To learn how a systematic innovation process work 2. To become aware of what it means to innovate 3. Finally – to understand that innovation can be easy and funny Based on a simple innovation process you will go to several steps. At the beginning of the process you will start from scatch (no ideas at all) and you will end with a business model. The business game is useful for public ideas-awards and even for teaching innovation management. A lot of junior business companies have grown out of this game.

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    This chapter was published in: Börge Kummert & Hans Lercher & Andreas Rehklau , , pages 831-836, 2013.
    This item is provided by ToKnowPress in its series Active Citizenship by Knowledge Management & Innovation: Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2013 with number 831-836.
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