Afraid to argue? Forget trying to innovate

03/20/2012 | MIT Sloan Management Review (free content)

Innovation is essentially an argument -- a proposition about the way the world works, and a conclusion inferred from that proposition -- Randall S. Wright writes. The most creative companies are those that have "both the staunchness and the humility to join the dialogue and contribute something -- hopefully, an original argument -- to the debate," Wright explains.

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