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-Despite its popularity, underlying conceptual approaches towards innovation and what it empirically +===== Innovation ===== 
-refers to remain largely fuzzy, highly context related and frequently ​subject to normative positions ​and a wide range of definitions ​exists.+ 
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 +Despite its popularity, underlying conceptual approaches towards ​'innovation' ​and what it empirically 
 +refers to remain largely fuzzy, highly context related and subject to normative positions. Therefore ​ wide range of approaches defining '​innovation' ​exists.
  
 "the implementation of a new or significantly improved product (good or service), or process, a new marketing method, or a new organisational method in business practices, workplace organisation or external relations"​ (OECD/​Eurostat 2005:46) "the implementation of a new or significantly improved product (good or service), or process, a new marketing method, or a new organisational method in business practices, workplace organisation or external relations"​ (OECD/​Eurostat 2005:46)
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 With the aim of establishing a multi-disciplinary meta-definition of (business) innovation, Baregheh et al. With the aim of establishing a multi-disciplinary meta-definition of (business) innovation, Baregheh et al.
-(2009) review more than 60 individual definitions used with different disciplines frequently adopting the concept (business and management, economics, organization studies, innovation and entrepreneurship,​ technology/​science/​engineering,​ knowledge management, marketing). Based on content analytical ​procedures, the authors establish the following '​meta-definition':​ '​innovation is the multi-stage process whereby organizations transform ideas into new/​improved products, services or processes, in order to advance, compete and differentiate themselves successfully in their marketplace'​ (Baregheh et al. 2009, p.1334)+(2009) review more than 60 individual definitions used with different disciplines frequently adopting the concept (business and management, economics, organization studies, innovation and entrepreneurship,​ technology/​science/​engineering,​ knowledge management, marketing). Based on procedures ​related to content-analysis, the authors establish the following '​meta-definition':​ '​innovation is the multi-stage process whereby organizations transform ideas into new/​improved products, services or processes, in order to advance, compete and differentiate themselves successfully in their marketplace'​ (Baregheh et al. 2009, p.1334)
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