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Ionela Magdalena Rotaru

, Civil Engineering , pp. 46-49, (2007). 4. Gavronsski, Iuri, Klassen, D. Robert, Vachon, Stephan, et all, A learning and knowledge approach to sustenaible operations, Int.J. Production Economics , Vol.5, No.3, pp. 34-41, (2009). 5. Kennedy, C. Theodore, “The Value-Added” Approach to Engineering Education: An Industry Perspective, The Bridge , Vol.36, No.5, pp. 14 - 16, (2006). 6. Meyer, Bertolt, Sugiyama, Kozo, The concept of knowledge in KM: a dimensional model, Journal of knowledge management, Vol.10, No.6, (2006). 7. National Academy of

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Warit Wipulanusat, Kriengsak Panuwatwanich, Rodney A. Stewart and Jirapon Sunkpho

from our staff. So, we're developing what we're calling an ideas pathway for our staff. And, of course, we'll have an ideas management platform” (Deputy Secretary, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science). 2.2 Drivers of Innovation Compared to the private sector, incentives for public servants are in general more likely to be much lower, and there are less performance-based material benefits, making it easier to avoid condemnation by not taking risks. The willingness to take risks is reduced because the ramifications that might occur include: political