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Five Power Skills for Discovering Radical Ideas

From HBR Blog:

Five Power Skills for Discovering Radical Ideas

“Innovation starts with new and novel ideas. Over the last 20 years, we have worked with many world-class brands to help find their next “big thing.” During the initial phases of our work together, it becomes obvious that they have plenty of good ideas. Finding ideas is never the problem — initially. The challenge is finding radical ideas consistently year after year.

Here are five power skills we discovered to help you find uncontested space.

1. Develop Creative Discontent.

2. Use Convergence Thinking.

3. Find Pivots.

4. Overturn Orthodoxies.

5. Think Frugally.”

Lordy, libraries a frugal, so we must be 20% of the way there!



Posted on: November 22, 2013, 6:18 am Category: Uncategorized

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