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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

In the increasingly competitive environment that characterizes the world today, the need to develop innovations quickly has become the key driver of growth for many organizations. To be able to respond more effectively to this new challenge, organizations would make best use of their corporate knowledge resources and memory. Managing heterogeneous and distributed knowledge sources available in different forms and rather weakly structured has become a challenging problem. In this paper, we introduce taxonomy as one of the key technology for innovative knowledge management in an open context, we revisit and review, discuss and explore the existing classifications of innovation and we present a Generic Taxonomy for Innovation Management..

Keywords :

: Innovation Management; Idea Management; Open Innovation ; CrowdSourcing; Knowledge Management; Semantic Technologies; Classification; Taxonomy

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