Innovation skills in apprentice training

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Author: Deitmer, Ludger

Abstract:

Product and process innovations are of ultimative importance for a long-lasting enterprise competitiveness. Across all branches and services, innovations can be understood as changing the functionality, performance of products, and quality of services including the way they are produced. An important difference between innovations is that of radical versus incremental innovation. Whereas radical innovation is basic and of disruptive character and is based on paradigmatic change of the current technology concept, incremental innovations are of smaller scale and take place concurrently on...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Apprenticeship; Assessment; Innovation; Quality

Keywords: Case study; Work based learning; Trainers; Cost; Return on education and training; Skill development; Recommendations

Published: Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland, 2019

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Pages: pp. 121-137

Related items: TD/TNC 137.1084

ISBN: 9783319945316 (print); 9783319945323 (ebook); 9783319945330 (print and electronic bundle)

Resource type: Book chapter

Peer reviewed: Yes

Call number: TD/TNC 138.364

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