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Innovation as a Behavior With John Raddall

2011-12-08 00:00:00
December 8, 2011, 9:00 am– 12:00 pm University of Pittsburgh Truhlarska 13-15 Prague 1 110 00 Fee: 850 CZK University of Pittsburgh For thousands of years homo sapiens has adapted, pioneered, competed and evolved, resulting in modern miracles as diverse as space travel, cellular technology and the internet. Innovation is in our blood and is a biological and evolutionary reality largely ignored in corporate structures today. Like a volcanic ring of fire, innovation has moved from Europe to the US, to Japan and now China and Asia. Europe is at a crossroad. It has history and wealth on its side but it needs to re-invent to remain competitive.

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