In this episode, I will be discussing the case study of practicing innovation for growth in organizations and the ideal methods to sustain the culture of productive ideation.
[00:28] Digesting the Principles of the Cautionary Tales of Innovation
[08:00] Emphasizing the Danger of “Mind’s Made Up”
[10:22] Thinking Beyond the Realms of the Organization for Development
[11:16] Kickstarting Ideation through Innovation Incentive Programs
[12:59] Final Thoughts
“A critical point of innovation is that you don't have to do it all alone. You can create the platform and have people build on your platform .” - Natalie Born
“Don't just create products, create an ecosystem. ” - Natalie Born
“Whatever you do, don't create and build in a silo. Look up, look out, read the room, and read the industry. It builds things that are not just about today, but about seeing the future. ” - Natalie Born
“Creating the future is your survival. So don't pull from that very thing that's going to get you into the future. Don't pull away to focus insular and say we're just going to focus on what we've always done.” - Natalie Born
“Innovation is freedom within a framework. Some people think that innovation is just a free for all and people can do whatever they want and go wherever they want to go. And I would disagree because oftentimes, it’s boundaries that actually help us innovate. Not endless pools of money.” - Natalie Born
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