Why Companies Need Less InnovationPat Lencioni
Perhaps the most popular—and misunderstood—term of the first decade of the new millennium is "innovation." A new stack of books and articles is produced every year asserting the critical importance of innovation for organizations that want to survive, especially during these challenging times. And to a large extent, I agree with that assertion. Unfortunately, most organizations in search of innovation seem to be generating as much cynicism as they are new thinking.
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