Facts or fabrications?

The expectations (and hopes) on innovation are high. Managers, consultants, and politicians expect (or hope) innovation will deliver solutions to increased competition and shrinking state budgets. When innovation is a top agenda item it becomes even more important to get the facts right – to make sure that the solutions developed are feasible, effective and, well, get the job done. I believe innovation scholars have a lot to offer by disentangling the the facts from the fabrications and to distinguish between supported and unsupported claims about innovation.

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