Overcome your team's fear of innovation

03/5/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

The business world is marked by two competing pressures: risk aversion and the need to innovate, Grant McCracken writes. What this means is people don't pursue innovation or they get fired for making mistakes when they do, he writes. "The trick is to remember that those who experiment must also fail. And unless we protect them from the consequences of this failure, people will stall," he writes.

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