Best 1 466 of Innovation quotes - MyQuotes
How much value do you want to get out of life? You get out what you put in. Approach your life with intent, courage, faith and hard work, and you’ll reap the beautiful value those sacrifices provide. That’s the way our strange world works.
We know that the nation that goes all-in on innovation today will own the global economy tomorrow. This is an edge America cannot surrender.
Scott D. Anthony
The CEO should ask what he or she can do to raise the organization's curiosity quotient. One way to do this is to seek to learn more about current or prospective customers, not to figure out which segmentation model to slot them into, but to really understand them as human beings. Another is to live at the intersections where innovation magic occurs.
Lailah Gifty Akita
Innovation is the heart of humanity. We need new ideas and new creativities to help address contemporary issues.
Bad business does not revolve around missing crossroads. It revolves around roundabouts.
They don't encourage quality today. When I was coming along, Columbia Records would sit with you and assume it would take two or three albums to get the act where it needed to be. Then the company would structure its promotion based on one, two or three years. They encouraged quality and innovation - that's why groups like the Beatles would use sitars, string orchestras and so forth.
No other area offers richer opportunities for successful innovation than the unexpected success.
Great philosophy is always a trailblazer.
Innovation has never come through bureaucracy and hierarchy. It's always come from individuals.
The first step in innovation is to know that a thing can be created. After that, the rest is a matter of detail.
Be creative, be innovative, consume what everyone consumes and make it fresh!
When it comes to branding and the ever-changing social media phenomenon, you’re not a mushroom. In other words, you shouldn’t be kept in the dark and fed a pile of...well, you get the idea.
If an innovative piece of software comes along, Microsoft copies it and makes it part of Windows. This is not innovation; this is the end of innovation.
Whatever has happened in my quest for innovation has been part of my quest for immaculate reality.
Jennifer Ritchie Payette
Build systems and methods that incubate ideas, facilitate cooperation and spark growth.
What drives innovation is abundance and ease, not the pressure of scarcity.
I think innovation as a discipline needs to go back and get rethought and revived. There are so many models to talk about innovation, there are so many typologies of innovation, and you have to find a good innovation metric that truly captures the innovation performance of a company.
Innovation-the heart of the knowledge economy-is fundamentally social.
If something seems possible, that's probably because someone is already doing it. When something seems that it can't possibly work, nobody tries it. Real innovation happens when someone tries anyway, overlooking an obvious flaw, and finds a way to make an idea work.
To truth only a brief celebration of victory is allowed between the two long periods during which it is condemned as paradoxical, or disparaged as trivial.
If you invent frequently and are willing to fail, then you never get to that point where you really need to bet the whole company.
Innovation is serendipity, so you don't know what people will make.
It takes courage to violate expectations, but sometimes the reward is a new level of success.
Innovation comes spontaneously. I don't know if I've done anything new. If I have, it's just because I had begun to feel for some time that I couldn't stand certain films, certain modes, certain ways of telling a story, certain tricks of plot development, all of it predictable and useless.
Alan Kay's famous aphorism is that perspective is worth 80 IQ points. An innovative insight is not the product of an individual's brilliance. It's not as if innovators' heads are wired in different ways. Innovation typically comes from looking at the world through a slightly different lens.
Works from the soul transcend works from the mind.
Courage loves the idea of infinity.
We have this highly irrational system of incentivizing innovation for clean and green technologies, where we allow the innovator to have a temporary monopoly and then mark up the price of the product or sell licenses at high prices to those who want to use the kind of product that the innovator has invented. This system is collectively irrational because many people, to avoid the inflated prices of still-patented cleaner and greener technologies, opt for some older technology that is much more polluting.
Poverty is the origin of invention
In 35 years, 50 percent of our population will live in our cities. Most other countries will be in a similar situation. We need to start preparing now to ensure everyone has the opportunity to live meaningful lives, and our cities are places that will allow that to happen.
Lailah Gifty Akita
The greatest discovery is self-discovery.
You can't expect the level of excitement of your audience to be greater than your own.
Data levels all arguments.
Innovation applied across the board of development is having a huge impact, and can have more. All sorts of technology can provide shortcuts, can overcome obstacles which once seemed insuperable.
A $10,000 investment in Dell at its 1988 initial public offering would have yielded a fortune of ~$6 million at the stock’s peak.
Given all that history has shown us of the consequences of technology - from the atlatl spear to the A-bomb - why have so few groups of human beings managed to resist the incursions of technology? Or be choosy about the extent to which they'll employ a technological innovation?
Scott D. Anthony
Not only do innovators have to deal with all of the fundamental challenges of innovation, they have to do so in an environment that often is implicitly hostile towards innovation.
Invention is a flower, innovation is a weed.
Living a life full of wonder provides for a wonderful life.
I have always been interested in innovation but I was never able to find innovation inside of disciplinary boundaries.
I think the biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning.
Live with technology, not through technology.
Every great brand goes back to a courageous individual who dared to say 'NO' to the status quo.
Until you fall in love with positive change, becoming passionate about improving the status quo, you won’t become a leader.
Success steps: Think big. Act small. Then scale. Failure steps: Act big. Think small. Then shrink. Consider your next big thing a project. Get one. Get it right. No sense growing a broken system.
I see mysteries and complications wherever I look, and I have never met a steadily logical person.
Customers have a first moment when they discover your brand. If you were to look at it today with a fresh pair of eyes, in fact only through a pair of fresh customer eyes and witness your brand for the very first time, what would you see? What impression would make? Or fail to make? Would your brand blend in? Would it stand out? Would it be memorable, or the leading cause of amnesia amongst shoppers everywhere? Facing the truth of this and fixing it as needed will determine whether your brand thrives or merely stumbles along.
The Internet is overrated. It's much smaller an innovation than people think it is. I don't think it's changed the way anybody makes music.
The digital Board will help set the principles to innovate talent management and embrace digital fitness.
Creativity dies in an indisciplined environment.