I struggled with the name of the post. It’s a case of knowing what I wish to say, however, not quite focusing on how to phrase it so the title attracts your attention. I started toying with the essential idea of creativity as a short sharp shock, but as it happens that expression is reserved for punishment usually, and that’s frankly the furthest thing from my brain.
No, today I’m interested in focusing about how to make any invention effort more lucrative. Even though I’ve written about good processes and well-trained people and other factors that produce innovation successful, there is one standby that will always be effective. That’s what we should prefer to call rapid, disruptive innovation, and the reason why it is so successful is that it can be completed before many of the sleeping dragons in your business are aware it just happened.
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No matter how many times you are informed that wines like mozzarella cheese needs time for you to mature, that saying has nothing beneficial for innovation. Innovation must just work at the top rate, because everything in an existing corporate and business culture seeks to slow it down. Forms to complete, approvals to get, staff to obtain – everything in regards to a modern business is targeted on a steady drumbeat, 33RPMs. And while that is effective for everyday business, it is fatal for invention.
While the subtitle just above is a famous saying, we should remember that it is particularly true when considering creativity. Many businesses often want to hold back until they have the “perfect” idea, the “perfect” team, the “perfect” presentation. The thing you need for advancement success is a relatively good idea and a lot of tolerance for defects. When you are perfecting your idea, you may be missing a market window, or chipping away features or benefits that matter to customers to ensure the product fits within your description of perfection.
The last factor Let me highlight today is “control”. Managers and business procedures desire the illusion of control over decisions, processes, products. Also, to some degree they have control over the regular, repeatable products and processes, but they have far less control over the outliers – the disruptive innovative ideas. If they try to exercise too much control over these ideas, they work to boost and “perfect” them according with their understanding, rather than take a risk with customer insight.
These points reveal that creativity can’t ride your regular railroad. Your existing procedures, decisions, resourcing, “perfection” of the products will stymie technology and eventually drive it to comply with existing concepts. But then run off the rails rather, perhaps you must consider a parallel monitor, where interesting ideas rapidly work more, with less perfection and control, but with some reasonable “guardrails”. A completely undefined monitor nowhere leads, but your existing paths lead to “more of the same”. Good innovators understand how to build express trains for creativity that may sometimes jump the tracks but arrive more quickly and with an increase of distinctions and differentiations than your existing products.