Don't let an emphasis on perfection stifle innovation

04/30/2013 | Innovate on Purpose

Many organizations are obsessed with the idea of perfect execution, but you can't let this get in the way of your innovation efforts, Jeffrey Phillips writes. "Truly new products and services don't emerge from perfect processes, but from discovery, experimentation, failure and new insights," he writes.

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