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The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation

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The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. / Lodsgård, Lise Andersen; Aagaard, Annabeth.

Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference. Continuous Innovation Network, 2014.

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Lodsgård, LA & Aagaard, A 2014, The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. i Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference. Continuous Innovation Network, 15th International CINet Conference, Budapest, Ungarn, 07/09/2014.

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Lodsgård, L. A., & Aagaard, A. (2014). The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. I Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference Continuous Innovation Network.

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Lodsgård LA, Aagaard A. 2014. The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. I Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference. Continuous Innovation Network.

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Lodsgård, Lise Andersen og Annabeth Aagaard "The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation". Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference. Continuous Innovation Network. 2014.

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Lodsgård LA, Aagaard A. The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. I Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference. Continuous Innovation Network. 2014

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Lodsgård, Lise Andersen ; Aagaard, Annabeth. / The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. Operating Innovation - Innovation Operations: Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference. Continuous Innovation Network, 2014.

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