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February 20, 2012

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Javier Tenorio

You're right, innovation methodologies are often applied in marketing and new product development teams, but rarely practiced organizational-wide, it should be mandatory to apply them through all the areas in order to extract more value from every position by innovating within each responsibility.

Karma Bennett

Nice article! The Institute for Innovation gave you a shout out in their Week in Innovation post: http://bit.ly/IZw3a2

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