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n.1.One who favors innovation.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Be it a politician, social worker, innovationist, journalist, blogger, columnist, engineer, doctor or leader "have your say" and publish it to large audience spanning across the worldl; globalizing in a new manner, sharing your views, ideas, opinions, thoughts, and creations around the globe.
Khandwalla (2006) found that managers, while in management school, are not given the tools to stimulate innovation and generally need to develop an innovationist orientation and play the roles of change agents.
Admiel Kosman's poetry stands out in its innovationist voice and structures (Proscribed Prayers is the title of his excellent last book, or literally translated: "Sidur Hadash"); Pinhas-Cohen is the founder-editor of the literature, arts, and culture journal Dimui (1989-), the first literary journal created and published in Jerusalem, edited with a religious sensibility and including a section of poetry and prose by religious authors.
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