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Innovation Innovating takes skill just like sports or dancing. Innovation is not some special, innate talent that only certain people have. This creates an artificial barrier and it prevents people from trying to be innovative. The Generation Innovation programme is designed to show that innovating is a skill, and it can be learned by anyone, even those who are not creative in the traditional sense.

Activities.Innovating takes skill just like sports or dancing. Innovation is not some special, innate talent that only certain people have. This creates an artificial barrier and it prevents people from trying to be innovative. The Generation Innovation programme is designed to show that innovating is a skill, and it can be learned by anyone, even those who are not creative in the traditional sense.

PatentsDe-emphasize patents. For some reason, people are fascinated with patents. They tend to see patents as the ultimate reward of innovation. Patents do not equate to successful innovation; rather, they equate to getting legal status regarding an invention. If a participant thinks of something that has already been invented, this is a success. In fact, it is a huge success because it shows an ability to create novel ideas that have a track record of success. The Generation Innovation programme sends the message that: if you can invent something that is already shown to be successful, you can definitely be the first to invent something new and useful.

AmbidextricityThe Generation Innovation programme teaches participants to apply innovation methods to all areas of their work. They should equate innovation with creating novelty in the everyday things and make innovation a routine way to tackle new situations.

The Generation Innovation programme is designed to help participants understand the two directions of innovation: Problem-to-Solution and Solution-to-Problem.

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