Our world is moving at a lightning speed. And, it’s no illusion: with technological advancements, a global economy, cultural shifts, and new generational perspectives, it’s no wonder that emerging ideas, products, and policies seem to introduce daily disruptions. Commonly referred to as innovations, we witness, experience, and adopt these changes as consumers everyday. What’s challenging, however, is the ability to embrace or even catalyze an innovation within our professional lives. Today, all stakeholders—from intern to chairman of the board—are prioritizing innovation.
Beyond the buzzword lies opportunity for disciplined creativity. We cannot simply say we want to innovate, we must understand why we should innovate, build a culture of innovation, fail forward
and learn and grow from our attempts.