Saturday, May 2, 2009

Emergent Innovation

To meet the increasing pressure for innovative ideas, companies often impose new and foreign innovation techniques on company employees. Conversely, emergent innovation is a new paradigm that seeks out, recognizes, and helps promote useful innovation methodologies already successfully being used in the organization by “invisible innovators.” For more details, please read Emergent Innovation: A New Strategic Paradigm in the latest Regent University Journal of Strategic Leadership.

Dr. Gary Oster
Regent University
School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship


Innovation, emergent innovation, Christian innovation, leadership, innovation theory