As a consultant, I've observed how the word "innovation" is used in organizations. It's an aspiration that you'll always see in the mission and vision statements found in the lobby of their buildings.

Many would like to innovate, yet only a few really do so. 

Incremental improvements are good. It's needed, but it isn't innovation. An improvement is a notch better, while innovation is a leap – redefining how things can be done.

The first step to innovation is the willingness to try something else other than what's already working.

Abandon complacency.

Either push the boundaries or work without it.

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