This book is about innovation considered as the basis for evolution. It honors Nikola Tesla, as the most prominent innovators of human history, and at the same time presents the roots of innovation to make them accessible. It provides the information of the innovations that sustain growth and it presents the innovation inhibitors that are present everywhere. Innovation produces winners and losers. Understanding innovation will help you to create a growth environment minimizing its costs. Innovation is a key factor for growth and evolution. This book provides an opportunity to rediscover Nikola Tesla's innovation world to manage complexity and the unicist approach to understand the nature of innovations. This book offers a debate between Peter Belohlavek and John W. Wagner that explores the other side of the brilliant scientist. It is a tribute to Nikola Tesla. As Innovation is a key factor for growth and evolution, innovators are national heroes in developed countries. This work includes the unicist ontology of Innovation that has been researched to influence its nature. It also provides the unicist ontology of research, the taxonomy for complex systems research design and the unicist ontology of foundations. By understanding the nature of innovation and the fundamentals of Nikola Tesla's discoveries you will find the key for growth and evolution.
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