In praise of innovative introverts

01/15/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Many companies try to boost creativity by encouraging collaboration and cross-pollination, but isolation and solitude are equally potent sources of ideas, writes Susan Cain. From Isaac Newton to Steve Wozniak, Cain writes, some of history's greatest innovators have been quiet introverts rather than outgoing team players.

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