|Overview: Innovation Culture|
An corporate culture that is conductive to innovation.
What is Innovation Culture?
John Spacey, updated on October 19, 2016
Innovation culture is the idea that an organization's values, norms, symbols, mission, habits, language and history all play a role in its ability to innovate. It is based on the observation that some organizations are able to produce a regular stream of valuable innovations while others struggle with static thinking, bureaucracy, mediocrity and hubris that make attempts at innovation dull and ineffective.
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