Innovation Essentials: Testing Our Intuitions

2017-04-10T21:47:08-06:00By |Innovation Strategies, Personal Innovation Skills, Uncategorized|

Great innovations are often based on powerful intuitions, but we all know examples of someone thinking they have a great intuition and being misguided. So where does intuition fit into innovation and how do we know when we can rely on it?

Does It Work?

2010-09-20T07:00:36-06:00By |Innovation Behavior, Uncategorized|

It’s easy for anyone to look back on an idea that has either succeeded or failed and draw conclusions about whether or not it was a good idea to pursue. The harder question is of course, “How does one know before an idea has succeeded or failed whether or not it’s worth pursuing?”

Stimulating Creativity

2017-04-10T21:47:13-06:00By |Innovation Behavior, Innovation Culture, Leading Innovation, Uncategorized|

Unfortunately even a series of creative events, no matter how well executed, is not likely to change the underlying habits and relationships inside an organization. On the contrary, it may reinforce the impression that creativity is to be used occasionally, as just some tool that you pick up when you happen to need it and then put down again. In a true innovation culture, creativity is “always on”.

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