There has been a question that has dogged me lately, and it’s this. “Why isn’t there more innovation in Ministry.”
I have thought about this for a while and the latest issue of Harvard Business Review is all about innovation. I read an article about the DNA of an Innovator, it really got me thinking. One of the biggest take always from the article was that I need to take 15 to 30 minutes a day to ask lots of questions about why I do what i do and how I can do things different. I have come to the following conclusions, they are by no means final conclusions:
1. We really don’t make time to question why we do what we do.
2. We tend to think more week to week
3. We tend to manage because of all the people and resources we oversee
4. We tend to think that tweaking existing things is innovation
5. We ask the wrong questions.
What do you think?
- How Do Innovators Think? (blogs.harvardbusiness.org)
- Netflix founder: I won’t pay for magazines anymore (dailyfinance.com)
- 8 links for Design and Global Health (globalhealthideas.org)
- Structuring Experiments for Success (blogs.harvardbusiness.org)
- Innovation Nation (prweb.com)
- No new normal (cultureby.com)