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Innovation Engineering
Innovation Engineering specialises in the design, development, and maintenance of advanced IT solutions supporting knowledge extraction and management within organizations and on the web. We make use of Open Source approach, agile methodology, and state-of-the-art information retrieval and management techniques to address clients’ needs and develop innovative and highly performing solutions.
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London Knowledge Cafe: How does the pace of innovation affect the quality of creativity? (Gurteen Knowledge)

London Knowledge Cafe: How does the pace of innovation affect the quality of creativity? (Gurteen Knowledge) | Innovation Engineering | Scoop.it

Mail Post: London Knowledge Cafe: How does the pace of innovation affect the quality of creativity? 


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Karen du Toit's curator insight, June 3, 2013 4:13 AM

David Gurteen Knowledge Cafe in London > worth checking out!

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Change the Subject: Making the Case for Project-Based Learning

Change the Subject: Making the Case for Project-Based Learning | Innovation Engineering | Scoop.it

What should students learn in the 21st century? At first glance, this question divides into two: what should students know, and what should they be able to do? But there's more at issue than knowledge and skills. For the innovation economy, dispositions come into play: readiness to collaborate, attention to multiple perspectives, initiative, persistence, and curiosity


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6 Ways To Commit Innovation Suicide | Innovation Management

6 Ways To Commit Innovation Suicide | Innovation Management | Innovation Engineering | Scoop.it
When starting innovation, a lot of the same mistakes are made over and over again. Here is how you can recognize and avoid them.

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