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What Indonesia wants: Homeland innovation

  • Ade Febransyah
    Ade Febransyah

    Operations and decisions advisor at the School of Business and Economics, Prasetiya Mulya University

Jakarta | Mon, September 4, 2017 | 08:11 am
What Indonesia wants: Homeland innovation Innovation is oftentimes associated with advanced technology, or rocket science. This is not always the case. Innovation is, in essence, about matching the right solution to real problems. (Shutterstock/File)

PREMIUM Innovation is inherent in democratization! Everyone may talk about innovation; the fact is, we are the masters of post-event analysis. Let’s take the case of the recent closure of 7-Eleven Indonesia, which local consumers affectionately dubbed “Sevel.” One analysis put the blame on a regulation that is incompatible with the “disruption” introduced by the convenienc...

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