Innovators Respond to World Events

Innovators Respond to World Events

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  • Thank you for the thought provoking comments and article, Ernie. We all have so much to learn and simple actions can be taken ...

Innovators Respond to World Events Summary

This section provides members the chance to connect and share ideas about how they, as product development professionals, can come together and provide ideas, relief and services during times of crisis and changing political, social and economic times.

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