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Net Results, Net Reward

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July 2, 2015

Net Results...  Net Reward The last imperative in Robert’s Rules of Innovation is NET RESULT, NET REWARD. Innovation is ultimately about achieving ROI derived from the alchemy of ideas-to-money. Reward and recognize the people who assisted in the profitable growth of the new product or idea produced is essential for a sustainable effort. Robert’s Rules of Innovation will guide the reader in creating and sustaining innovation that will strive in producing maximum ROI.

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