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Sunday, 27th January 2013

Systems Innovation Discussion Paper

Source: NESTA (UK)

From the Introduction:

Over the past few years there has been growing interest in systemic innovation. We are defining this as an interconnected set of innovations, where each influences the other, with innovation both in the parts of the system and in the ways in which they interconnect.

Yet rather than simply theorising, we want to make this practical. we want to explore the potential of systemic innovation to help tackle some of the key challenges the uK currently faces, from supporting an ageing population to tackling unemployment.

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