This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book illustrates a number of different boundaries that individuals and organisations in the construction business need to operate within and across as part of everyday work and in efforts to induce change and innovation. It shows how boundaries are an intrinsic part of creating connections through inter-organisational relationships over time. The book demonstrates that connectivity, as well as innovation itself, is a processual phenomenon. A process relates to events taking place over time, and, as events can be connected in several ways, one or several particular events can be stated to matter for innovation in different ways. Projects are also part of forming particular structures, or spaces, for innovation. The book describes how learning and innovation takes place in an industrial setting characterised by connectivity and disconnectivity.