Amid all of the trappings of running a business, how do I find time to innovate? What if I’m just not the creative type?
These are questions you’ll find many business owners asking themselves in this new era of business where terms like agile, design thinking and creativity reign.
There’s a perception that innovation and creativity are things that certain people are good at and others aren’t. However, this belief is limiting — personally and professionally.
Innovation, like many things, can be achieved in a multitude of different ways, and in stages. It’s also not an innate skill, a notion that was debunked by an article in the Harvard Business Review: