Monthly Archives: March 2011

On controversy and innovation process

Why do innovations tend to ‘explode’ into multiple versions when inventors seek to realize them? Why do most innovators seem to promise too much certainty about the future? And why is it so hard for innovations to succeed in finding … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Organizing Innovation-blog!

After having blogged in Norwegian for (and together with) my students and the Norwegian public for a few years, it is now time for launching this blog for international readers. The timing is not totally random; in May 2011 my … Continue reading

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