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December 26, 2007


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amnon levav

hi Drew,

I think this Roundtable - and others like it - is a great opportunity to transcend the blah blah of much of the "innovation conversation" out there. It has become so obvious that managers are in favor of "innovation" that one wonders why there is so much less innovation without the "". I propose this question to your roundtable members as a theme for discussion. Sounds like you have an exciting opportunity to address this issue both from people's corporate experience and from a research perspective. i would love to hear of any thoughts and conclusions.

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