The most creative product ever

Collins, Jim
May 1997
Inc.;May97, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p82
Opinion. Discusses the role of innovation in a business enterprise. The concept that innovation is the most important thing; Examples of companies whose success is dependent on innovation; The idea of social innovation, or the creation of an environment which fosters and accepts innovation; Social innovations including the development of the research and development laboratory by Thomas Edison and the assembly line from Henry Ford.


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