The Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators
November 25, 2011 Editor 0
Creativity and innovative thinking are not genetic traits. What makes people great innovators is not their genetic makeup, but a set of skills and behaviors. The good news: anyone can learn, practice, and master the skills necessary to become a disruptive innovator.
Hear Clay Christensen and Hal Gregersen, authors of The Innovator’s DNA, talk about the ways in which leaders can improve their organization’s innovative skills.
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