Are you too intelligent to be innovative?

12/6/2010 | Bob Sutton's Work Matters blog

Sometimes it takes someone who's childlike or just plain dumb to see the answer to a complex problem, writes Bob Sutton. Ignorance of "obvious" facts and codes of behavior can lead non-experts to come up with radically creative solutions, Sutton adds, so it's always worth adding a handful of novices, or even children, to your team of innovation advisers.

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