Thursday 3rd November, 2016
5:50pm to 6:20pm
Throughout the history dating back before the Middle Ages, Chaos has led to important technical and social innovations. And, it turns out, introducing a selected level of Chaos into your organization is a proven way to increase the rate and success of innovative problem solving and product designs. Why is this so? And how can you take advantage of this important "superpower" of consistently innovative companies?
Based on the work of Ori Brafman and others, this talk shows examples of three key traits of innovative cultures including "Whitespace", "The Unusual Suspects", and "Organized Serendipity" and provides guidance on how you can encourage these traits in your own team or company.
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