Extreme Creativity: Out-of-the-box thinking that disrupts norms with radical ideas, fostering breakthrough innovations.
Inventory is a measurement of the items a company uses to facilitate its operations.
The restricting conditions, rules, and boundaries within which something can be developed.
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Innovation thrives when people with different experiences and interests interact and exchange new ideas. The best innovators have active networks outside their industry or geography and resist the temptation to merely adapt to current conditions.
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The Longitude Act of 1714 was a breakthrough campaign that changed the course of history, attracting diverse participants and ultimately resulted in John Harrison creating a clock that solved the problem of seafaring navigation.
Innovators need more than strategic planning and creative risk-taking, they also need strong communication skills to involve crowdsourcing and connect fragmented ideas.
The story of a 4-year-old genius teaches us the importance of looking at all ideas democratically within companies rather than factoring in a power structure, in order to drive innovation.
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