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7-Word Innovation Lessons Learned

This July we are sharing 7-Word Innovation Lessons Learned.
You Share. We Learn. You Vote. We all Vote for our Favorites.
The Top 7 will each receive a matted poster of their Lesson.
Tweet your 7-Word Innovation Lesson Learned with #7WILL.
Come to list.ly to Learn (& Vote) Winners announced 31 July.

1

When innovating, look for questions, not answers.

Jul 05, 2012
When innovating, look for questions, not answers.

submitted by @Renee_Hopkins

2

You can't innovate if you can't change.

Jul 05, 2012
You can't innovate if you can't change.

submitted by @OBX_Harvey

3

Innovation is fed by possibilities, not routine

Innovation is fed by possibilities, not routine

submitted by @ajmunn

4

For good ideas you need many ideas

Jul 03, 2012
For good ideas you need many ideas

submitted by @DrewCM

5

Innovation isn't one thing, it's every thing.

Jul 05, 2012
Innovation isn't one thing, it's every thing.

submitted by @greggfraley

6

Listen and Enliven whilst prototyping and collaborating

Jul 05, 2012
Listen and Enliven whilst prototyping and collaborating

submitted by @BlueRoom_

7

Big Ideas Start Life As Small Ideas

Jul 18, 2012 by Nick Kellet
Big Ideas Start Life As Small Ideas

submitted by @NickKellet

8

innovation and imagination go hand in hand

Jul 25, 2012 by Alasdair Munn
innovation and imagination go hand in hand

submitted by @ajmunn

9

The right people make all the difference

Jul 03, 2012
The right people make all the difference

submitted by @DrewCM

10

Innovate around a problem. keep it simple

Jul 05, 2012
Innovate around a problem. keep it simple

submitted by @reubentozman

11

Ask questions, listen fully with open mind.

Jul 05, 2012 by Jenny Neill
Ask questions, listen fully with open mind.
12

Spark creativity using techniques from the arts.

Jul 05, 2012 by Jenny Neill
Spark creativity using techniques from the arts.
13

Separate innovation into create, define and execute

Separate innovation into create, define and execute

submitted by @InnovationFixer

14

Ensure all innovation lessons are seven words

Ensure all innovation lessons are seven words

submitted by @InnovationFixer

15

Begin with beginner's mind. Keep that perspective.

Jul 05, 2012
Begin with beginner's mind. Keep that perspective.

submitted by @Renee_Hopkins

16

Ask why, why, why, why and why

Jul 05, 2012
Ask why, why, why, why and why

submitted by @InnovationFixer

17

The foundation of innovation: Differentiation and Relevance

Jul 05, 2012
The foundation of innovation: Differentiation and Relevance

submitted by @OBX_Harvey

18

Share ideas early. Accept and integrate feedback.

Jul 05, 2012
Share ideas early. Accept and integrate feedback.

submitted by @tomspiglanin

19

Observe. That is where innovation begins.

Jul 05, 2012
Observe. That is where innovation begins.

submitted by @OBX_Harvey with a HT to @LoisMarketing

20

View failure as a great learning opportunity.

Jul 05, 2012
View failure as a great learning opportunity.

submitted by @KJanowski

21

Corporate culture can block any innovation effort

Jul 05, 2012
Corporate culture can block any innovation effort

submitted by @ovoinnovation

22

If You Don't Use Innovation, You Lose!

Jul 05, 2012
If You Don't Use Innovation, You Lose!

submitted by @greggfraley

23

No one wins embracing entropy and enervation

Jul 05, 2012
No one wins embracing entropy and enervation

submitted by @DrewCM

24

#7WILL

Jul 05, 2012 by Cathryn Hrudicka
#7WILL

Design thinking, social drinking, #innobeer and #innolinking !

25

Innovation begins with challenging the status quo

Jul 25, 2012 by Alasdair Munn
Innovation begins with challenging the status quo

submitted by @ajmunn