Systemic innovation definition

systemic innovation
(ˈsɪˈstɛmɪk ˌɪnəʊˈve)

An interconnected set of innovations, where each influences the other, with innovation both in parts of the system and in the ways in which they interconnect.

Source: Nesta (2013) Systems innovation

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