Innovation doesn’t grow on trees. It’s built from the ground up. How do you build innovation? This Inc story offers five suggestions for turning your team into an incuabator for innovation. Here’s one:
We like to put a short leash on our experiments-usually three to six weeks. That doesn’t mean we are going to declare failure after that short amount of time, but it does mean that after giving it a meaningful try, we need to assess what has worked, what has not, and what is likely not to work in the future. After the initial trial, we either tweak our experiment or end it.
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