Craig Mindrum

The learning function must…harvest the fruits of collaboration when possible and appropriate – fruits called “innovations” – and it must help divert that collaborative energy somewhere else when it is not appropriate. This latter point is something not often discussed in the literature on innovation. That is, there is a time for innovation and a time for executing on previous innovations. You can’t get anywhere in your car if your mechanic is constantly tinkering with the engine to get it to “run better.”

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