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Authors: Matjaz, Mulej
Miroslav, Rebernik
Jozica, Knez-Riedl
Zdenka, Zenko
Dusko, Ursic
Vojko, Potocan
Bojan, Rosi
Tadej, Kroslin
Keywords: entrepreneurship
innovative business
innovative society
systemic quality
sustainable enterprise
Issue Date: Nov-2005
Publisher: JAIST Press
Abstract: Knowledge has been what has always distinguished humans from other living being, once it was applied to solve a problem in a routine or an innovative way. The current society has developed much more knowledge than ever before. But it remains idle and unused or under-used, at least, with people and peoples who are not innovative in their concept of economics. They are under threat and/or practice of exploitation as neocolonies, if their capacity to apply knowledge for innovation is smaller than with other people and peoples. Innovative culture and systemic thinking make a crucial difference. Knowledge is essential, but its application for innovation is even more so. There are many around, e.g. in the latecomer countries to the modern economy and society, who care for knowledge, but do not care for innovation and turning knowledge into innovation enough. Therefore, what they need is an explicit way from knowledge to innovation society. We are sketching it here.
Description: The original publication is available at JAIST Press http://www.jaist.ac.jp/library/jaist-press/index.html
IFSR 2005 : Proceedings of the First World Congress of the International Federation for Systems Research : The New Roles of Systems Sciences For a Knowledge-based Society : Nov. 14-17, 2171, Kobe, Japan
Symposium 6, Session 8 : Vision of Knowledge Civilization Objectivity and Networks
Language: ENG
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/3961
ISBN: 4-903092-02-X
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