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August 22, 2012

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Manisha, this is a great distillation of the current thoughts from places like HBR and FastCompany.

With innovation being the hot topic in business today this is a very timely post for practitioners. However, I am skeptical that we will ever see this kind of innovation in academia and research unless an incredible amount of creative destruction happens. The majority of the academic and research system is designed to kill innovation and reward the status quo rather than useful and consumable research. Take your aesthetics and experience point for example, I can't imgaine a journal accepting a study presented as an interactive infograph.

Thanks for the great post. Are you familiar with any recent research articles on innovation that you could share? Specifically things that outline what people and companies can do to be innovative (like you did in your post). Thanks!

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