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    Multi-tasking – The Challenge of Intermediaries in SME Support for Innovation

    August 8, 2016 | By: | In: Support for SMEs

    In view of creating more competitive regions and industry sectors, innovation capabilities of SMEs play a central role. SMEs are strong economic drivers in many countries, and their ability to innovate will determine the health of national and regional economies in the future. A key support for SMEs in their innovation efforts are public innovation support programmes.

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    Why you Can’t Multi-task Innovation

    September 25, 2012 | By: | In: Around the Web

    When you are trying to innovate, especially when you are trying to create new ideas that are unique or different from what your organization normally does, you cannot multi-task, you cannot dilute your engagement or awareness. You cannot attempt to concentrate on day to day, routine tasks at the same time you are trying to create interesting new insights and ideas. Your brain doesn’t work this way, and you will be pulled in the direction of your expertise and competence. Which means you will revert to incremental ideas at best, warns Jeffrey Phillips.

  • The Effect of Multi-tasking on Innovation Projects

    Can Multi-tasking Result in More than 60% Longer Project Time?

    August 14, 2012 | By: | In: Innovation Psychology

    You want to be perceived as a good innovation project member, to be appreciated for your achievements – and just to safeguard that notion some of what you do leads to a success in time – you do multiple projects in parallel. But is this really efficient and effective? Check out Bengt Järrehult’s somewhat mathematical look at multi-tasking, where the exercise of putting numbers in leads to a result that may surprise you.

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