Innovation Quotes of the Week – Dec. 23, 2012

by Mari Anixter

Innovation Quotes of the Week - Nov. 4, 2012

This week we continue a featured series of some of our favorite innovation-related quotes. Click on author name for access to the article. And, please contribute your favorite innovation quotes in the comments and we’ll feature the best submissions in next week’s Innovation Quotes of the Week.

“I would go even farther and say we’re lacking a baseline sense of what collaboration really is.”

Sarah Miller Caldicott

“Do you know the difference between innovation and invention? In the mobile space, Apple and Samsung have legally clashed over it.”

Randy Giusto

“Designers are not the only people who can create toys. If you put a bunch of creative thinkers in the right environment and drop the job titles, you’ll discover amazing creativity.

Ivy Ross

“Most teams find it easier to talk about collaboration rather than do it. It doesn’t have to be this way.”

Ron Keshanas

“Classification is an incredibly important tool when you’re dealing with complexity.”

Tim Kastelle

“Academics and business theorists often gloss over the basics of leadership preferring to trivialize their importance.”

Mike Maytt

“This measurement, once studied, can reveal ways to accelerate innovation and point out areas of knowledge that are yet to be converted.”

Steve Todd

“Why do really big ideas tend to come from small places?”

Greg Satell

“What do you say when you hear a fresh idea at work? Here are some things not to say.”

Paul Sloane

“Two of the driving forces behind the increasing innovation activity occurring in cities are friction and doing more with less.”

Scott Bowden

“This isn’t about your words; it’s about your behavior.”

Mike Shipulski

“Myth: Innovation Is All iPhones.”

Greg Verdino

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Innovation Quotes of the Week – Dec. 16, 2012Mari Anixter is Managing Editor for Innovation Excellence. She is a communications professional living in New Mexico.

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  1. The answer to all world problems that will manifest themselves in grave ways in coming generations can be summed up in one word: Innovation.

  2. John Conroy (JC)

    Innovation is what people talk about, creativity is about doing.

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