Week One Rosa Innovation

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Innovation, Design and Creativity     1 Innovation, Design and Creativity Rosa L. Flores University of Phoenix Organizational Innovation/OI 361 Prof. Virginia Carter February 1, 2010
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Innovation, Design and Creativity     2 Innovation, Design, and Creativity For the opening essay of the class the terms of innovation, design, and creativity will be compared and contrasted as explained in the course outline. All concepts will be explained, and defined as recommended in the class essential readings for the first day of class, and the industry implications of each idea will be offered. Innovation In the spirited universal economic setting of the present organizations that contain any intent of keeping or rising present market shares have to put productively into practice the idea of innovation. Innovation is defined in the online Business Dictionary as a process in which an invention or idea translates into a service that people are willing to pay for. The Business Dictionary explains that to be called innovation the idea must satisfy a specific need and be able to be replicable from an economic cost. Thriving corporations may not be exclusively accountable for the formation of an
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