How too much knowledge can sabotage innovation efforts

04/30/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Extensive knowledge about an industry, or a bias for the way things have been done in the past, can limit innovation, writes Andy Zynga, CEO of NineSigma International. To avoid this trap, break things down into component parts, and provide enough information to get innovators on the right track without providing so much that their creativity is inhibited, he writes.

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