Innovation Culture: Is Your Business A Split Personality? Part 2
Published September 13, 2017
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    The buzz: “You can invent alone, but you can’t innovate alone” (G. van Wulfen). Business leaders have long pondered whether culture impacts an organization’s evolution and growth. If culture is the “personality” shaping the ability to drive innovation, what type of culture will spark new ideas while disrupting old models? Will multiple personalities fight each other? The experts speak. Dan Seewald, Pfizer: “Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something” (S. Jobs). Ingo Rauth, PhD, Rotman DesignWorks: “If you want a robot to maneuver aggressively, it has to be small. As you scale things down, the 'moment of inertia' - the resistance to angular motion - drops dramatically” (V. Kumar). Jennifer Ford, SAP: “I don't go by the rule book.I lead from the heart, not the head.” (Lady Diana) Join us for Innovation Culture: Is Your Business A Split Personality?
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