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Visual tools to support innovation development: User experiences from the Parisian ecosystem

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Visual tools to support innovation development : User experiences from the Parisian ecosystem. / Russell, Martha G.; Still, Kaisa; Huhtamäki, Jukka Viljami.

Proceedings of the International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 10-12 June 2015, Bari, Italy: IKFAD 2015. Institute of Knowledge Asset Management & Arts for Business Institute, 2015.

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Harvard

Russell, MG, Still, K & Huhtamäki, JV 2015, Visual tools to support innovation development: User experiences from the Parisian ecosystem. in Proceedings of the International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 10-12 June 2015, Bari, Italy: IKFAD 2015. Institute of Knowledge Asset Management & Arts for Business Institute, International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 1/01/00.

APA

Russell, M. G., Still, K., & Huhtamäki, J. V. (2015). Visual tools to support innovation development: User experiences from the Parisian ecosystem. In Proceedings of the International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 10-12 June 2015, Bari, Italy: IKFAD 2015 Institute of Knowledge Asset Management & Arts for Business Institute.

Vancouver

Russell MG, Still K, Huhtamäki JV. Visual tools to support innovation development: User experiences from the Parisian ecosystem. In Proceedings of the International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 10-12 June 2015, Bari, Italy: IKFAD 2015. Institute of Knowledge Asset Management & Arts for Business Institute. 2015

Author

Russell, Martha G. ; Still, Kaisa ; Huhtamäki, Jukka Viljami. / Visual tools to support innovation development : User experiences from the Parisian ecosystem. Proceedings of the International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 10-12 June 2015, Bari, Italy: IKFAD 2015. Institute of Knowledge Asset Management & Arts for Business Institute, 2015.

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