“Innovators like Steve Jobs or Jeff Bezos think differently, observe the world carefully and ask questions that lead others around them to behave differently. This leads to more experimentation. Innovators were brought up in family environments where questioning was encouraged. Companies can create similar environments where questioning is encouraged. Companies can encourage managers to pay attention to ideas and re-inforce and reward ideas arising from teams they manage. Companies that foster this approach are valued more highly by the stock market.”
More on this topic by Hal Gregersen in a 16 min video here.
More on Hal Gregersen here.