For many people, the term “innovation accounting” appears to be contradictory. You have “innovation,” which is typically associated with future-focused creativity. Then, there’s the practicality, logical thinking, and stability that traditionally define “accounting.”
It can be tough to imagine that these two extremes can ever get along. At most companies, innovators and accountants seem to be at odds with each other. But according to Tendayi Viki, founder and principal consultant of Benneli Jacobs and Company and speaker at Intrapreneurship Conference Stockholm, both sides can work together . . .
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