Enterprise and Innovation are the origins of ENTOVATION

The lotus innovation flower with its three tiers (i.e. microeconomic, mesoeconomic, and macroeconomic) provides a coherent planning framework in which an organization can consider its strategic vision.  


'In Search of Innovation'
- A Book for Children and Leadership Executives

by Debra M. Amidon
Illustrations by Ron and Arye Dvir

In Search of Innovation is a book designed to unleash the exploration process in us all. It is a story that affirms the need for persistence, self-confidence and collaboration. Innovation – putting knowledge into action – requires dynamic interaction with others. For children or leadership executives, the discovery process can be both exiting and frustrating – the simultaneous delight of acceptance…and the agony of rejection. Following the flow of an idea through completion, though, is the essence of progress, sustainability and true economic wealth. In the Knowledge Economy, we are dependant upon the realization of good ideas…and on a global scale. As you take this journey, what images come to mind of true innovators from around the world?

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The E100 Readings on Knowledge Economics: Principles, Practices and Policies
Tartu University Press
Debra M. Amidon, Piero Formica, and Eunika Mercier-Laurent (Editors)

Knowledge economics is the new focus for the 21st century.
-Peter F. Drucker


The purpose of this book is to provide readings in order to educate the new generation of researchers, professors, teachers, industrial and government leadership professionals.

The principles of knowledge economics ought to be endorsed as a revolutionary change - an opportunity to provide a solid foundation, rationale and vision to substitute something more sustainable than the old regime of traditional economics. Intelligent and innovative explorations of computer capabilities help optimise individual and collective work of employees and the entrepreneur.

The book is divided into three major sections - each providing a facet of the new thinking.

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For further information on these publications, contact debra@entovation.com

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