Skills and Culture of Innovation—Revisited

swirls of light photographed with a long exposure

Do you have those ideas, concepts, or models that you keep going back to again and again? I’m talking about those ideas that are just as fresh and relevant as the first time you used them. Several years ago, I discovered one of these ideas and then late last week I pulled it back off my mental shelf and put it to use again. It worked like a charm and was just as helpful as when I first used it in 2012.

I’m referring to a model for leading innovation. Mind you, it’s not one of the many, many, many models for innovating. It is a model for leading innovation. I first wrote about this idea on LeadStrategic.com in January of 2013. Since then, I’ve used the model many times in coaching and consulting work, and even wrote a master’s level college course based on the text that has been taken by thousands of students.

Take a look at the Skills and Culture of Innovation. I think you’ll find this as useful as I have!

Dr. Scott Yorkovich is a leadership coach and consultant. He works with individuals, small and medium organizations, and ministries. Contact him at ScottYorkovich[at]LeadStrategic.com with your questions.

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Photo by mugur. Photo available at Morguefile under the Morguefile license. Image modified for size and space.

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