Far from all innovation processes succeed. In fact, many go awry even before they begin. So what makes an innovation process move forward? And what stops it? The EU-project “AgriSpin – Space for Innovations in Agriculture” seeks to find the answers to those questions and many more by identifying best practices for innovation and support systems in European agriculture.
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The Learning History method is a useful tool for describing processes of change. If selected AgriSpin narratives were to be upgraded to Learning Histories, they could be used for training as well as teaching [...]
Advisors must understand the innovation process to be able to stimulate it properly. In other words, they need to know the different stages of the innovation process as well as relevant non-technical success factors. [...]