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Greg Satell and Tim Kastelle have been talking about whether or not innovation needs a purpose. While they agree on many points, today's articles offer two differing views on this question. We welcome all of your comments regarding "Does Innovation Need a Purpose?"
Greg Satell and I have been talking about whether or not innovation needs a purpose. While we agree on many points, we can see two differing views on the question. I will argue that within an organisation, innovation does need a purpose.
Innovation is ultimately about Return on Investment. A system of metrics will objectively show your progress and success each step of the way. It's essential to follow a course of action that produces ongoing improvement, and sustainable and repeatable innovation. Innovation is meaningless without attaching measurable goals to an initiative.
Kicking off the TED2013 conference, Jennifer Granholm asks a very American question with worldwide implications: How do we make more jobs? Her big idea: Invest in new alternative energy sources. And her big challenge: Can it be done with or without our broken Congress?