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Best Practices in Higher Education: An Introduction

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Creating Innovation Leaders

Part of the book series: Understanding Innovation ((UNDINNO))

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The first part of the book has demonstrated the need for innovation leaders and the corresponding impact on renewing education. Specifically, Chap. 5 has discussed a number of experiences in higher education, which are becoming widespread in many universities worldwide. This part is focusing upon the changes that are occurring in higher education, by describing in greater depth some of the most interesting and representative international education programs, which provide concrete answers, although by articulating different approaches, to the need for educational models for creating future innovation leaders.

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Leonardi, C., Vacca, F. (2016). Best Practices in Higher Education: An Introduction. In: Banerjee, B., Ceri, S. (eds) Creating Innovation Leaders. Understanding Innovation. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20520-5_7

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