Innovation Quotes of the Week – August 26, 2012
This week we continue a featured series of some of our favorite innovation-related quotes. Click on author name for access to the article. And, please contribute your favorite innovation quotes in the comments and we’ll feature the best submissions in next week’s Innovation Quotes of the Week!
“The stuff you miss in evaluating packaging has a cost.”
–Donna Sturgess, Feature of the Week
“Hiring for innovation is something many companies and human resource departments are not trained to recognize.”
“Designers have finally found their rightful position, not as decorative artists or solitary geniuses lost in the industrial or commercial world, but as key players within a collaborative team.”
“The only true solution is not a change in mentality, but a change in ecology.”
“14 million wearable tech devices were shipped last year, with the market for these products set to climb to $6 Billion by 2016..”
“I think we should stop the innovation bus and re-evaluate where large organizations are really going.”
“Your internal timeclocks are both too fast and too slow for innovation..”
“This could become a great example of flexible design and innovating for the future present if Apples launches the iPhone 5 with these technologies.”
“What do the Broadway musical Spider-Man, the Indiana Colts, and Domino’s Pizza have in common?”
“Negotiation is not an art to be mastered, rather it’s a sloppy approach to be avoided.?”
What are some of your favorite innovation quotes?
Add one or more to the comments, listing the quote and who said it, and we will share the best of the submissions as future Innovation Quotes of the Week!
Mari Anixter is Managing Editor for Innovation Excellence. She is a communications professional living in New Mexico.
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