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Five Keys to Innovation

I recommend this posting from Nancy Dowd from The “M” Word blog (and New Jersey libraries too).
by Nancy Dowd
“What the innovators have in common is that they can put together ideas and information in unique combinations that nobody else has quite put together before.”
She quotes a CNN review of a study by professors at the Harvard Business School, INSEAD and Brigham Young University about the five skills that drive innovation:
1. Associating
2. Questioning
3. Observing
4. Experimenting
5. Networking
It appears to be an interesting study. Either way, the five feel right to me.
CNN: Learn the five secrets of innovation
What is or could be game changing in library land?

Posted on: November 29, 2009, 1:56 am Category: Uncategorized

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