The Seven Deadly Sins of Innovation Leaders
September 3, 2012 Editor 0
Innovation is needed to drive growth. It sounds simple, but in practice, it isn’t. That’s because there are seven underlying issues – deadly sins, if you will – that make leading innovation difficult and completely different from everything else you do in your business. But there is hope—simple things you can do to avoid the anguish and misery that often accompany the wide range of chaotic activities that produce valuable innovation.
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