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Title:What it means ‘to know’
Author(s):Vojak, Bruce A.
Subject(s):innovation
epistemology
Abstract:The types of knowing: From ‘know what’ to ‘know how’ to ‘know who’ to ‘know when’ we use the concept of knowing variously.
Issue Date:2012-10-15
Citation Info:Vojak, Bruce A., "What it means ‘to know’" On the Epistemology of Innovation: How Breakthrough Innovators Connect the Dots, no. 12 (October 15, 2012).
Series/Report:On the Epistemology of Innovation: How Breakthrough Innovators Connect the Dots, no. 12
Genre:Essay
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/34748
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Rights Information:Copyright © Bruce A. Vojak, 2012
Date Available in IDEALS:2012-10-15


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  • Epistemology of Innovation
    A series of occasional essays addressed to senior executives, managers and technologists responsible for innovation in industry. Its purpose is to challenge readers to reflect broadly and deeply on the practice of innovation – in particular on how innovators come to know what to do today – in order to succeed commercially in the future.

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