The Innovation Game Theory (IGT) is designed to help businesses, organizations and communities in formulating an approach to their innovation activities in the form of scientific game. As such, leaders, growth managers, theorists, inventors, innovators and consumers visualize the process of overcoming challenges their businesses or communities face (known or unknown) as though it is a game where all strategic actions and resources involved in tackling the challenges are expressed in terms of quantifiable values which are ultimately tied to certain competitive reward mechanisms.
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