The secret to making innovation stick

05/27/2009 | Forbes

Innovative ideas need champions, writes Dale Dougherty, someone who isn't just fond of a new idea, but so over-the-top in love with it that their affection becomes infectious. Pioneers like Apple's Steve Wozniak effectively shaped the course of their industry by force of personality, Dougherty argues, because their enthusiasm for their new idea created a legion of early adopters who went on to spread the idea themselves.

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