What Indonesia wants: Homeland innovation
Operations and decisions advisor at the School of Business and Economics, Prasetiya Mulya University
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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