Innovation myths your history teacher told you

07/21/2009 | InnovationTools

Growing up, we're often taught that great ideas come from lone geniuses like Thomas Edison, but that's rarely the whole story, writes Don Pital. Simplifying innovation into a single moment of discovery is a harmful myth, Pital argues, because it encourages leaders to look for elusive inspiration instead of learning to collaborate and even accept failure as part of a long process.

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