Innovation process and ethics in technology: an approach to ethical (responsible) innovation governance
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In general, innovation governance models, which deal with organizational structure, innovation process, strategy and leadership, are becoming increasingly important for innovative companies for effective innovation management. Moreover, responsible innovation (RI) as a topic among academic scholars and policy makers is gaining importance, in order to address some of the ethical concerns and dilemmas as issues of governance in general and with special reference to technological innovations. This article attempts to show that technological innovation processes require a circular RI process instead of a linear one with embedded ethical decision-making framework for ethical innovation governance.
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