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Dilema Inovasi

Di satu sisi, inovasi menyangkut pembaruan. Karena hidup selalu lebih baru dari hari ke hari, maka inovasi itu menjadi perlu. Di sisi lain, kita tahu justru karena hidup itu kemudian menjadi makin kompleks, ada nilai dan visi luhur yang harus terus dihidupi; dan seringkali menghidupi visi dan misi ini dengan berinovasi memunculkan dilema, memunculkan tegangan.

#NALAR mencoba memahami dilema inovasi, mengapa dilema itu muncul, dan bagaimana menyikapinya.

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