Entrepreneur People Must Be Valued or Innovation Will Leave With Them Entrepreneur While it should be obvious that human talent is the most important ingredient for true innovation, many organizations struggle with and cannot seem to shake a...
Douglas Brown's insight:
While it should be obvious that human talent is the most important ingredient for true innovation, many organizations struggle with and cannot seem to shake a business outlook that views people as interchangeable parts or as mere job descriptions.
Many organizations, whether they know it or not, will do a lot of things to hurt innovation and drive away talented people.
The key is to keep the innovation flowing and to cultivate success for everyone by getting rid of old-fashioned barriers to collaborative relationships. New opportunities to build and hold onto entrepreneurial connections will ensure a burst of innovative spirit across the more self-aware organization.
(May 19, 2012) Tina Seelig gives a talk about how we look at creativity in a narrow way and how we need to look at imagination in a different light. She then...
Douglas Brown's insight:
How can we help students think more creatively? How can teachers help students unlock the creativity within?
Framing and reframing.
Connect and combines ideas in interesting ways.
Then, go here:
Develop, build, you knowledge base. "Your knowledge is your toolbox for innovation."
Pay attention (to the world around you).
Key to Success:
Mindset (attitude), motivation, drive. "If you don't have that drive and that motivation you're not going to connect and combine ideas, you're not going to reframe problems, you're not going to challenges assumptions and go beyond the first right answer."
Culture ("Culture is like the background music of every city, of any community, of any organization, of every team, of every family."
Putting it all together:
Innovation is like a Mobius Strip. Nothing can be looked at in isolation. You can start anywhere to get this innovation going.
"Everyone has the key to their innovation engine, it's up to them to turn it."
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