'Do No Harm' (DNH) as a principle, process and system of innovation : balancing innovation and sustainability outcomes

Fahmy, Ahmed and Nicolopoulou, Katerina and Kirby, David (2021) 'Do No Harm' (DNH) as a principle, process and system of innovation : balancing innovation and sustainability outcomes. In: R&D Management Conference, Strathclyde University, 2021-07-07 - 2021-07-08. (In Press)

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    Abstract

    The author introduces a novel concept and the transformation guidance required for organisations to manage innovation, "Do No Harm," which is a concept successfully used in healthcare practice. He believes the DNH concept is a critical and inseparable response to the overseen continuous economic and innovation growth, responsible for the growing challenges to sustaining our lives on earth. The author believes it will guide fulfilling our capacity to address those goals by 2030 or beyond.

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    Fahmy, Ahmed, Nicolopoulou, Katerina ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2634-5296 and Kirby, David;