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Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth: Roles in Inter-Organizational Innovation

Size, Shape, and Attitude Define Success. But what is the optimal number of inter organizational members when it comes to breaking the mold and pushing innovation. Surprisingly the number is 4.

In Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth: Roles in Inter-Organizational Innovation a substantial sample size and effective team size matrix was created to cross reference and integrate the key players in innovation success: Power promoter; Expert promoter; Process promoter; Technological gatekeeper; Relationship promoter. An excellent assessment of personalities necessary.

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