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Table Of Contents
Introduction 1. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Importance 2. The Elements of Innovation 3. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competencies 4. Innovative Behaviors 5. Innovation and Thinking 6. Problem Solving 7. Knowledge Building 8. Creativity Insights 9. Culture Building 10. Innovation Theory 11. Entrepreneurship 12. Innovation Strategy 13. Catalytic Leadership 14. Ecosystems Interdependencies 15. Technology Accelerators 16. The Importance of Intellectual Property 17. Applying Innovation Process 18. Creating a Learning Architecture About the Authors Index
Charles H. Matthews is Distinguished Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management, Founder and former Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship Education & Research, and former Director of the Small Business Institute(R) at the University of Cincinnati, USA. He is an internationally recognized scholar and innovative teacher in the field of entrepreneurship. Ralph Brueggemann is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Cincinnati, USA. He has over 40 years of experience in all aspects of leadership, management, product management, quality improvement, and technology management in multiple business sectors. He has managed the development of commercial software products and applications, from mobile to high-end software systems.