The buzz: Yes, you!
After a few days of Design Thinking training, one participant told the instructor, “This is not for me. I am leaving.” The reason was not about quality or pace, but rather a matter of ‘fit’.
Creativity was supposed to be open to everybody; for this person, not so much.
Should your company’s innovation program be open and broad-brush – or selective and focused, a sprint or a marathon?
Does great innovation require inspiration or perseverance, the right mindset or knowledge and skills, solitude or group thinking, or a little of everything?
The experts speak.
Dr. Julia Goga-Cooke, Gconsultancy Innovation: “If I had an hour to solve a problem, I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.” (Albert Einstein)
Guy Van Wijmeersch, Barco: “Every mind needs friendly contact with other minds, for food of expansion and growth.” (Napoleon Hill)
Alejandro Pifarre, SAP: “(Creative) Courage is only the accumulation of small steps.” (György Konrád)
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