The 7 Deadly Sins of Innovation


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You have a big idea. It’s the business innovation equivalent of sliced bread. You’re pumped. You’re excited. Your coworkers are on board. And you can’t wait to execute it. But slow down, grasshopper, and make sure you’ve thought things through. Because while big ideas are great, true business innovation requires creative brainstorming, exceptional planning, and flawless execution. Luckily, we’re here to help. From fuzzy end goals to lazy implementation, we’ve identified seven deadly sins that companies commit when trying to carry their ideas from genesis to fruition.

Check out our newest SlideShare – the Seven Deadly Sins of Innovation, to find out what they are.

  • At least: no more mindmaps? Not even for the summary? I think it is a deadly sin to innovate without save the core competencies.
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