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innovation considered. Firstly, looking at our knowledge creating stimuli in Table 4 we note that Work Teams have a positive and significant impact on product, process, organisational and marketing innovation, whilst Job Rotation has a positive and significant impact on organisational innovation, thus providing some support for H1 that knowledge sharing stimuli increase the level of innovation within firms. We also find support for H2 that creative-thinking tools, such as Brainstorming Sessions , increase the innovation output of firms. Like Workplace Teams these
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