4 ways to "jam" your way to better innovation

01/21/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Innovation jamming, in which people from different fields are brought together to work on challenges, needs careful planning if it's to work, Alessandro Di Fiore writes. It's important to let people pick the problems they tackle, and to train them effectively before turning them loose. "[W]hen you get the process right jamming can be a great source of new ideas and its effectiveness grows exponentially the more you use it," Di Fiore writes.

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