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(C) B2Bioworld 2016 artwork innovationManagement of Innovation in the Chemicals Industry

- The example of Evonik

February 2016. What means innovation in the chemicals sector facing global competition, managing heterogeneous human resources, and having to deal with multiple jurisdictions? Which tools have been found to spur internal development in a way to turn IP protect into profitability? Peter Nagler, Head of Innovation Evonik Industries AG with global responsibility shares his experience participating in research and product development from Degussa up to Evonik, as well as testing many organisational development tools for their practical uses in daily work.

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