There has been a lot of attention and talk of late on the process and practice of innovation. The topic is not new, and tomes have been written by people in ivory towers all the way to people with practical chops and the scars to show for it.
As someone who’s perennially curious, and always interested in finding better ways to do things, whether through “innovation”, or “entrepreneurship” or otherwise, I’ve been studying and testing various approaches starting with “The Lean Startup” all the way to more recent methods.
And I have always stumbled because of limited resources, not being a “disruptive innovator”, or simply because I was looking to find a sustainable solution to a problem outside of an entrepreneurial construct.
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