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Innovatio

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Innovatio commutans: cursus electronicus et eius signum @ (1972).
Primum exemplar trium phasium rationis mutationis technologicae.
Exemplar circuli vitae innovationis.

Innovatio, vel novatio,[1] est notio nova vel artificium, consilium, vel ratio efficientior. Innovatio videri potest meliores solutiones ad nova necessaria, inopias indistinctas, vel desiderata commercialia adhibitae.[2] Quae per efficientioria opera commercii, modos operandi, officias, technologias, vel ideas efficitur quae macellis, rebus publicis, et societatibus humanis praesto sunt. Vocabulum innovatio definiri potest res originalis et efficientior, quae igitur nova est, et macellum vel oecononiam intrat.[3] Cum novus artificium vel apparatus res nova saepe describitur, innovatio in oeconomica, scientia administrationis, et aliis usus et explicationis disciplinis ratio quae ideas novas tam confert ut societatem afficiunt late habetur. Etiam Proposita progressus durabilis innovationem ad indutriam durabilem postulat.[4]

Hic est ordo maximarum civitatum decem in Indice Innovationis Bloombergiano anni 2015:

Gradus Civitas/Terra
1 Corea Meridiana
2 Iaponia
3 Germania
4 Finnia
5 Israel
6 Civitates Foederatae
7 Suecia
8 Singapura
9 Francia
10 Britanniarum Regnum

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Vel fortasse puriore Latinitate res nova.
  2. Maranville 1992.
  3. Frankelius 2009.
  4. Proposita progressus durabilis, Proposita 9

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Anthony, Scott D., Mark W. Johnson, Joseph V. Sinfield, et Elizabeth J. Altman. 2008. Innovator’s Guide to Growth: Putting Disruptive Innovation to Work. Harvard Business School Press. ISBN 9781591398462.
  • Davila, Tony, Marc J. Epstein, et Robert Shelton. 2006. Making Innovation Work: How to Manage It, Measure It, and Profit from It. Upper Saddle River: Wharton School Publishing.
  • Frankelius, P. 2009. Questioning Two Myths in Innovation Literature. Journal of High Technology Management Research 20(1):40–51.
  • Heyne, P., P. J. Boettke, et D. L. Prychitko. 2010. The Economic Way of Thinking. Ed. 12a. Prentice Hall.
  • Khan, A. M. 1989. Innovative and Noninnovative Small Firms: Types and Characteristics. Management Science 35(5):597–606.
  • Maranville, S. 1992. Entrepreneurship in the Business Curriculum. Journal of Education for Business 68(1):27–31.
  • Salge, T. O., et A. Vera. 2009. Hospital innovativeness and organizational performance. Health Care Management Review 34(1):54–67.
  • Schumpeter, J. A. 1943. Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy. Ed. 6a. Routledge. ISBN 0415107628.
  • Tarde, G. 1903. The Laws of Imitation. Convertit E. Clews Parsons. Novi Eboraci: H. Holt & Co.