Strategies for Innovating


Organizations that do not encourage experimentation may lose creative people and/or opportunities to achieve innovative breakthroughs. This Executive Edge presents insights into conditions for innovation, how an innovator thinks, the benefits of experimental innovation, and the value of building cross-disciplinary innovation teams. To sharpen a company’s competitive edge, it is wise for leaders to develop strategies for innovating.

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