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September 06, 2010


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Daniel Stoica

Awesome Post!

Love the invitation to consider the long term consequences of innovation and potential negative impacts.

Thank You very much for sharing.

tom bohinc

I often spend time sharpening my thoughts on what are barriers to Innovation, why some groups, organizations, or individuals can stand on the edge of opportunity- and choose not to step in.

Your suggestion to observe and consider the impacts of change on those who are invested in the current approaches is fundamental. Leading innovation requires gaining insight into these dynamics. These insights will shape successful priorities (what is feasible) and the strategies and tactics to move into the space of innovation.

Thank you for your post.

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