Stop waiting for a big "Eureka!" moment

08/7/2011 | Harvard Business Review online

Innovation seldom if ever comes about through heroic individuals being stricken by blinding flashes of insight, writes Art Markman. The history of innovation is, rather, one of teamwork, incremental change and borrowed and recirculated ideas. "Do not wait for a great person to champion a key idea in a decisive moment. Instead, create an organizational culture in which a community works together to nurture emerging ideas," Markman advises.

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