DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN-CENTRIC INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS THEORIES

Alvydas Baležentis, Keisha LaRaine Ingram

Abstract


Innovation has become omnipresent especially in today’s technologically driven world. For developed economies, it is termed as cognitive enhancement ‘technology’ for improving humanity innovative abilities, and the ‘engine of growth’ or ‘creative destruction’. Recently, the concept of human capital started to feature strongly as an essential part to production and worthy of examination and economic consideration. There are many dimensional facets of innovation including the factors that foster its development, ideas and the processes that drives innovation. This study will explore and analyze the role of the human factor and evolution of human-centric innovation ecosystems.

Keywords


Human-centric innovation, innovation ecosystems, human capital

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13165/SMS-17-9-1-04

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