How language fuels innovation

10/16/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

It's often possible to spark innovation simply by reframing the problem, writes Deborah Mills-Scofield. Using different words to describe a problem can lead people to consider solutions that might otherwise have never occurred to them. "Just by using different language, we can find more ways to be innovative in how we approach problems and opportunities," she writes.

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