(via Schumpeter Column in Economist) Everyone wants to be associated with innovation. Innovation remains the competitive advantage for countries, social movements, companies and individuals. Rich-world governments see it as a way of staving off stagnation. Poor governments see it as a way of speeding up growth. And businesspeople everywhere see it as the key to survival.
Inside the mind of successful innovators we find the following, innovators keep associating, questioning, observing, networking and experimenting. IDEO, an innovation consultancy, argues that the best innovators are “T-shaped”—they need to have depth in one area as well as breadth in lots. read more >>>>