Learn to thwart these innovation killers

04/19/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

Everyone talks a good game when it comes to innovation, but a few personality types can kill a company's initiatives, writes Scott Anthony. The "Cowboy" throws out an unfocused challenge, while the "Googlephile" wants broad participation on innovation when it's more efficient to assign a team to the task. Make "little bets" on the future and dedicate a budget to the efforts, he writes.

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