Innovation lab definition
(ˈɪnəʊˈveɪʃən læb ə)
A semi-autonomous organization that engages diverse participants—on a long-term basis—in open collaboration for the purpose of creating, elaborating, and prototyping radical solutions to pre-identified systemic challenges.
Source: Gryszkiewicz, Toivonen, Lykourentzou (2018) Innovation Lab: 10 Defining Features. Stanford Social Innovation Review
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