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Measuring Innovation: A Plausible Strategy for Information Technology
Tuesday, August 17, 2004
Information technologies are often designed to measure the success of innovative strategies. This research bulletin presents a conceptual understanding of the process of change and innovation on the one hand, and a practical way of measuring current and future trajectories on the other. It is based on research conducted for the Weatherstation Project, a longitudinal study of e-learning, and describes the measurement strategies the project employed as well as the conceptual framework that provided the necessary definitions for e-learning.