Innovation and project management have been developed as distinctive disciplines in relative isolation from each other. Innovation studies have rarely explored mechanisms and patterns of innovations in projects in contrast to functional organisations. However, innovation management in firms is organised in projects and therefore reflects the utmost importance to address the interplay that exists between innovation management and project management. The paper aims to review relevant literature on the project and innovation management while elaborating the definition of related topics.
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