Innovation: Putting Ideas into Action 2009 - IBM Case Study



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  • May 19, 2010
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This case study details the ways IBM generates ideas and brings them through to the marketplace. IBM's incorporation of models, frameworks, and structures to ensure that resources are allocated appropriately is a best practice that leads to a consistent value stream of innovation. Learn how IBM excels in this case study from APQC's Innovation: Putting Ideas into Action 2009 study.

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