What makes a good innovation management article? Let’s have a look at articles which incidentally have got the highest citations in the field of innovation management. These articles may give us some ideas on what a good innovation management publication entails. Notions below are not fully covering what should be included in article from introduction to final words; it is more about suggestions based on our cumulative experience in the field and some general observations as editors. (...)
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