A framework for overcoming the six types of innovation killers
Everybody wants innovation--or do they? "Creative People Must Be
Stopped" shows how individuals and organizations sabotage their own
best intentions to encourage "outside the box" thinking. It shows
that the antidote to this self-defeating behavior is to identify
which of the six major types of constraints are hindering
innovation: individual, group, organizational, industry-wide,
societal, or technological. Once innovators and other leaders
understand exactly which constraints are working against them and
how to overcome them, they can create conditions that foster
innovation instead of stopping it in its tracks.
The author's model of constraints on innovation integrates
insights from the vast literature on innovation with his own
observations of hundreds of organizations. The book is filled with
assessments, tools, and real-world examples.The author's research
has been featured in the "New York Times, Wall Street Journal,
London Guardian" and "San Jose Mercury News, " as well as on Fox
News and on NPR's "Marketplace"Includes illustrative examples from
leading organizationsOffers a practical guide for bringing new
ideas to fruition even within a previously rigid organizational
This book gives people in organizations the conceptual framework
and practical information they need to innovate successfully.
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