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Latest revision as of 15:57, 6 October 2010


Original Message

From: Naguib Chowdhury, posted on 2010/05/03

Dear All,

I am curious to know how to start Innovation program in an organization, provided it is a development organization with staff from more than 60 countries. Can anyone suggest me some tips, references on how to start, what should be the priority, few quick wins etc. The Top management wants some innovation programs to be started soon.

IDB Saudi Arabia

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Naguib Chowdhury
Jaap Pels
Md Santo
Nancy White
Ian Thorpe
Tony Pryor
Jim Tarrant
Josef Hofer-Alfeis
Edgar Tan
Ben Ramalingam
Matt Moore

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