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innovation

noun \ ˌi-nə-ˈvā-shən \

Definition of innovation

the introduction of something new, usually with intent to fix or improve something.

for Knowmen: the key element in the concept of innovation is the word new. However, the new idea does not become innovative until a large group of people considers it as such. Therefore, Knowmen often view innovation as a process of popularizing ideas. Many people believe that any innovation is just a successful combination of already existing and working ideas.

for Master Knowmen: the key element in the concept of innovation is the word improve. A new idea is innovative, only if it demonstrably improves the quality of a design, method or device.

for Ludens: innovation is a way of life. For them, any changes can be innovative. Ludens change things just because they can, to add a variety of ideas.


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