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Rakhmonova Shakhlo Rashidovna


Innovation management is a subject that raises the interest of academics and practitionersin the field of management. However, the academic literature is scarce regarding the detailsof implementing it in a systemic and routinised way. Additionally, although there aremultiple tools and models to apply it at a firm level, there is little information concerningits effectiveness. This article discusses the mechanisms for improving innovation-oriented management methodologies in higher education.

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Rakhmonova Shakhlo Rashidovna. (2021). MECHANISMS FOR IMPROVING INNOVATION-ORIENTED MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 9(12), 355–357. Retrieved from


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