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Understand the Barriers to Innovation in 5 Minutes

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  • Thanks Michael. I left that slide a bit ambiguous - gets a bit of discussion going. I've seen many situations where group think, harmony, collectivism and other forms of 'collaboration' produce mediocre results. It's no coincidence that some of the more remarkable outcomes of innovation were developed behind closed doors with real leadership (even if it is an autocrat) at the helm.
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  • Really useful presentation, thank you. The only slide that I was confused by was the one that stated a barrier being 'too much collaboration'. I think I can guess what this was aiming at, but I would be interested in knowing what other people / the Author meant.
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  • 1. Fear of gettingit wrong.
  • 2. Divergentinterests, cultures and expectations.
  • 3. Failure Divergent to capture ideas from frontline interests, culturesstaff, users, customers and expectations.and suppliers – locally and internationally.
  • 4. Too many middlemanagers getting in the way.
  • 5. Too few walled gardens. much TooThink, NASA, Airbu “collaboration”. s, Apple, Lockhead Martin.
  • 6. TakeawaysAs Joseph Schumpeter said, innovation is more aboutwill than intellect. Will is an outcome of many factors.  Choose a definition for innovation that everybody understands.  Establish a common vocabulary for innovation at your firm.  Try to understand the underlying process of innovation.  Understand the many obstacles of innovation.
  • 7. It’s difficult to say what’s impossible, for thedream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow. - Robert H. Goddard Beam me up, Scotty! - Captain Kirk, Capt. Starship EnterpriseFor more about Innovation Management (Idea Management), checkout some of my other slides. I’m very interested in InstructionalDesign (including Motivational Design) for classroom and eLearningenvironments. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch! Thanks! Gordon Graham: orxil{a}yahoo.com