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Lessons Of Innovation Idris Mootee

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    • 1. 10 Lessons of Innovation Experience from the field. Idris Mootee CEO Idea Couture Inc.
    • 2. #1 a big part of innovation is about selling, not just inventing
    • 3. #2 innovation needs brainstorming and brainstorming needs rules
    • 4. #3 creativity is not innovation. innovation is built upon creative assets
    • 5. #4 there’s no “clear” path or “clean” solution
    • 6. #5 innovation occurs at the intersection of previously unconnected and unrelated planes of thought
    • 7. #6 innovation is like fencing. You need to learn to fight like a gentleman Innovation happens when people respect each other -- but fight like crazy over their ideas. It’s for fencers only.
    • 8. #7 innovation requires a few grumpy people They are good at finding flaws and better at pulling the plug and stopping organizations from throwing good money after bad
    • 9. #8 innovation requires its own visual verbal language A drawing and picture says a thousand words. A journal to put down your thoughts visually will allow you to think about your ideas from various angles, and create clarity of thought.
    • 10. #9 prototype a lot, fail often, and fail early
    • 11. #10 money should never come first “People engage in radical innovation not because they get paid for it, but because they want to.” - Gene Meieran, Intel Fellow
    • 12. thank you 10 Lessons of Innovation Thank you. innovation playground www.mootee.typepad.com www.ideacouture.com

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