For the past two decades, critics have pointed to a decline in innovative spirit in U.S. industry. Many writers have offered evidence which they feel documents this decline; many others have postulated hypothesis in an effort to understand the life cycle of the innovation process and its interaction with other environmental cycles. Several students of this phenomenon have cast blame at U.S. business practices and attitudes, as well as at the role of the federal government in this arena.
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Mendell, S., Ennis, D. M. (1985). Looking at innovation strategies. Research Management, 28(3), 33-40.
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