If You Think Ideas Are Important to Innovation, Think Again
Kevin Fallon

Contrary to popular belief, ideas are not very important to innovation. Our CEO, Kevin Fallon, recently gave a presentation titled, “If You Think Ideas Are Important to Innovation, Think Again,” where he comes to the conclusion that ideas contribute less than 1% to running innovation successfully in an organization.

The Best Leaders Avoid these 7 Innovation Myths

The Best Leaders Avoid these 7 Innovation Myths

With all the talk of innovation, it's easy to fall into traps that will leave your company dazed and confused.

Kevin Fallon

Many consider innovation to be the holy grail of entrepreneurial success. Investors and entrepreneurs alike dedicate resources and dollars only to come up short and frustrated. Consistently capitalizing on ingenuity and disruption can be almost impossibly challenging. Kevin Daum for Inc. Magazine, interviews Kevin Fallon, CEO of Pivotal Innovation, who believes that many executives are simply approaching innovation the wrong way. 

Innovation Myth:  “We Can't Innovate Without Great Ideas"
Kevin Fallon
The key constraint in innovation is the time and energy of people required to drive discovery, invention and transformation into business value. So it’s not your ideas – what’s important is the act of innovating, the process itself.  That you need great ideas is an innovation myth.
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