What your innovation process should look like

You need disruptive thinking to move the needle on business, so where do you find innovative ideas? You don't. You cultivate them.

It often seems that those who are running organizations think innovation comes from inspiration spurred from thin air. But according to an article by the Harvard Business Review (HBR), that isn't the case. Innovation comes from a disciplined and sequential approach to problem-solving.

HBR lays out a six-step process designed to facilitate disruptive thinking that moves ideas from inception to implementation. Following this process will ensure you:

  1. Capaibility upgrades
  2. Market breakthroughts
  3. Reshaping the consumer experience

Read the full article to see the six-steps of true innovation.

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