Innovations in military organizations
Cevik, Ahmet Can
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This research was undertaken to study the innovation process in organizations. The main objective was to provide insight on the dynamics of the innovation process in organizations which will help us construct a new perspective and framework in managing innovations within organizations. The interaction between technology and innovations, management of technological innovations, and innovation processes specific to the public organizations is explored. The hypotheses on innovation processes in organizations are developed. The evidence supporting these hypotheses are presented by observations on the innovation processes in the U.S. Department of Defense.
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