Stop saying innovation! [en]

March 4th, 2010

Einstein, Ford, Picasso and Edison rarely said the word innovation and neither should you. Every Fortune 500 crowd I’ve said this to laughs and agrees. The abuse of words like innovation, disruption, game changing and breakthrough is killing us. We’re tripping over our own egos, lost in the ignorance of romance for the vagaries of pseudo-thinking associated with these words. The more often people in a company use this word, the less likely anything worthy of that label is actually happening, as it’s often the confused and the desperate who believe simply saying a word again and again like a magic spell causes anything at all to happen.

A get real by Scott Berkun published in The Economist with which I totally agree.

Originally published in his blog.

Worth reading.

Via @johnallsopp.

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  1. Scott Berkun dijo:

    5 de March de 2010

    Hey – thanks for the nice post.

  2. Scott Berkun dijo:

    5 de March de 2010

    Hey – thanks for the nice post. Muchos gracias.

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