5 realities about being innovative

01/16/2013 | Management Innovation eXchange

Many leaders struggle with innovation in the workplace, writes Jeff DeGraff of the University of Michigan's business school. He describes five characteristics of innovation and how to use them at work, including the importance of failing "early, often and out of sight," working on the impossible problems and being willing to "[p]ractice circling your innovation project" for possible mistakes.

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