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These Are The Top 10 Innovation Myths

These Are The Top 10 Innovation Myths | Innovation & Institutions, Will it Blend? | Scoop.it
Entrepreneurs aren't the only game changers.

 

Scott Anthony and colleague Josh Suskewicz came up with 10 innovation myths that they  encounter most often in the field.

 

The 10 MYTHS include:

> Innovation is random  

See the Proctor & Gamble innovation post in this curation stream as well as the Top 10 Myths list by Scott and Josh.

 

> You're either an innovator or you're not  (Glad to hear about nuture vs. nature.)

 

> Game changing innovation is done only by entrepreneurs  

(What a relief to see this one, as this is about intitutional innovation.)

   

Scott Anthony is the Managing Director of Innosight Ventures and has written three books on innovation, the latest being The Silver Lining: An Innovation Playbook for Uncertain Times.

 

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Innovation is About Execution, Despite the Myths - Forbes

Innovation is About Execution, Despite the Myths - Forbes | Innovation & Institutions, Will it Blend? | Scoop.it

Most people think innovation is all about ideas, when in fact it is more about delivery, people, and process.

 

Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble, in their book “The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge” have done the best recent research on this subject.

 

For example:  Myth:  Effective innovation leaders are subversives fighting the system.

 

Fact:  Effective innovation leaders are not necessarily the biggest risk takers, mavericks, and rebels. The primary virtue of an effective innovation leader is humility. What you want is integration with real world operations.


Via Karen Steffensen
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