The Four essentials of innovations/entrepreneurship Craig Groeschel…
The Four essentials of innovations/entrepreneurship
Questions for application
What crazy idea do you have? What are you going to do about it?
Name every excuse that you feel like is limiting you, then ask, "How can that perceived limitation become a catalyst for innovation?"
What problem do you have that if solved, could be a game changer for your organisation?
A crazy idea
Innvative leaders - the idea does not have to be yours! It can come from your team.
You simly need the wisdom to recognize it, and the courage to attempt it.
Follow one crazy idea to the next
It's the potential value of the crazy idea is what will drive the innovation
3.Willigness to fail
If you are not failing every now and again, you are playing it way too safe
Failure is a part of innovation, perhaps the most important part!
Failure is a necessity
Limited resources is a breeding ground for innovation
Not 6 months get a project done, artificially restrained to 6 weeks.
Not $10000 to get the project done, but artificially restrained to $1000.
This forces you to be innovative!
Having more, isn't always better. More people can slow you down. More time can make you lazy. More money just causes you to buy solutions rather than create them.
Innovation is more about mindset that money. With limited resources, great ideas come!
Problem to solve
We need to train our minds to see problems as opportunitites
Every great innovation is a solution to a problem (sometimes solutions that no one new they had)