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Practice Prismatic Thinking

Practice Prismatic Thinking

Learn about the Innovation Genome—a way of thinking about and strategizing growth within yourself and your organization. This model consists of four different methods of innovation—Create, Control, Collaborate, and Compete—each with their own pros and cons. Every person and every organization has a dominant logic that determines the way they see the world and approach innovation. The Innovation Genome helps you identify your dominant logic and understand your strengths and weaknesses. The goal is to incorporate other modes of seeing into your own, to find people who fill in your blind spots and complement your own strengths and weaknesses. Individually, the four quadrants are wildly different approaches to innovation. The goal is to make them work together and, as a whole, create an organic system of growth.

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