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dc.contributor.authorLoesche, Fen
dc.contributor.authorTorre, Ien
dc.contributor.authorMaranan, DSen
dc.contributor.authorDenham, Sen

Cognitive innovation is a term artificially created to describe an integrative concept linking ideation, implementation, and communication across disciplines (Gummerum & Denham, 2014). While the mentioned sub-parts have been subjects of discussion across a number of research areas, so far the fields have not tackled the combined concept with great success. In part this is attributed to a missing methodological approach. CogNovo, a doctoral training centre at Plymouth University, is set up in a way that it provides access to 25 PhD students and their supervisors practising cognitive innovation in their work across disciplines (Maranan, Loesche, & Denham, 2015). Here we show the elements of the setup with input, process, and output specified. We suggest a mixed methods approach to understand cognitive innovation as more than the sum of its parts.

dc.subjectCognitive Innovationen
dc.titleCogNovo – A Case Study for Cognitive Innovationen
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