First the brainstorm, then the harvest

08/5/2009 | InnovationTools

To be truly innovative, you need to be open to new ideas, but also ruthless enough to cull the bad ones, writes Susan P. Besemer. Switching gears between inviting new ideas and kicking them to the curb can be disorienting, she notes, so try to make those two phases as distinct as possible.

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