Finding Innovative Ideas with The Innovator’s DNA

Here’s an idea for you from the Innovator’s DNA that I thought was worth sharing. If you want to innovate, you need to ask questions. More importantly, you need to ask the right type of questions. The goal is to challenge assumptions, make new connections, and see past what’s already there. This doesn’t happen by asking a random scattering of questions but through a¬†disciplined¬†practice. Here’s how they sum up the approach in the book: During interviews with disruptive innovators, we noticed not only a high frequency of questions but a pattern as well. They started with a deep-sea-like exploration of … Continue reading Finding Innovative Ideas with The Innovator’s DNA