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As important as measurable improvements in corporate innovation are, developing and tracking specific improvements in innovation competencies has proven to be a difficult task. Management training programs face unique challenges in trying to ‘teach innovation’. Whereas training in financial operations, legal affairs, supply-chain management, corporate governance, etc… is largely based on the acquisition of technical knowledge and concepts, training in innovation and/or innovation management is not meant to produce employees that understand ‘innovation’ as a remote technical concept. It is meant to produce employees that are better innovators. Innovation is uniquely difficult to teach The fundamental problem with providing training programs in areas such as innovation relates to the nature/nurture argument (the argument of whether or not differences in humans are the result of genetics or upbringing) in human development.