Academic journal article Research-Technology Management

Innovation "Evergreens"

Academic journal article Research-Technology Management

Innovation "Evergreens"

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Some books are so special that they have maintained their value over the years. The European Association for Creativity and Innovation has chosen 25 of these "evergreens" on innovation for posting on its website These 25, which the EACI "strongly recommends," are listed below, in alphabetical order. The site also lists 25 creativity evergreens.

Allen, T. J. Managing the Flow of Technology. Boston, MIT Press, 1977.

Booz, Allen and Hamilton. Management of New Products, New York, BAH, 1968.

Burns, T. and G. M. Stalker. The Management of Innovation. London, Tavistock Publications, 1961.

Chesbrough, H. W. Open Innovation. Boston, Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation, 2003.

Clark, K. B. and S. C. Wheelwright. Managing New Product Development. New York, The Free Press, 1993.

Clark, K. B. and S. C. Wheelwright (eds.). The Product Development Challenge; Competing Through Speed. Quality and Creativity. Boston, Harvard Business Review Book, 1995.

Gronhaug, K. and G. Kaufmann. Innovation: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective. Oslo, Norwegian University Press, 1988.

von Hippel, E. The Sources of Innovation. New York, Oxford University Press, 1988.

Kanter, R. …

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