The Innovator’s DNA

For most companies, long term strategy and innovation are inseparable topics when it comes to driving long term growth and value creation. This blog is dedicated to insights on how to develop and execute winning strategies for growth. Searching on Amazon today, there are more than 47,000 books related to Innovation and more than 126,000 on strategy. At 4 hours a book, that’s about 80 years of reading material. One of the goals of this blog is to sift through the mountains of information on these topics and find the most actionable and relevant information for our readers.

One of the best books about innovation that can be applied to both individuals and organizations is: “The Innovator’s DNA” by Dyer, Gregersen, and Christensen. This book is recommended reading, whether you are leading an innovative organization or acting as a member of one. The five skills of: Questioning, Observing, Networking, Experimenting, and Associating are absolutely vital to creating an innovative mindset and an innovative culture.