Innovation Quotes of the Week – Dec. 16, 2012

Innovation Quotes of the Week - Nov. 4, 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.

“One of the messages we want to convey is that Latin America is capable of great innovation.”

Javier Salcedo with Zulma Acevedo

“Some people are surprised about the huge influence gap between Facebook and Twitter.”

Dean DeBiase

“There are multiple narratives about Microsoft’s demise.”

Greg Satell

“There is a tangible pride to have been part of this pioneering achievement.”

–  Nicolas Bry

“Often the person asking the question what is the ROI on innovation? has never been involved in creating, designing or managing innovation.”

Paul Hobcraft

Why do we need to segment innovation?”

Linda Bernardi

“One of the easiest things for leaders to do is to bite off more than they can chew.”

Mike Myatt

“The investment (per gigabyte) in storing the bits in the digital universe will drop from $2.00 in 2012 to $0.20 in 2020.”

Steve Todd

“There are still lots of existing problems with lots of solutions that are still waiting for a simple, elegant solution.”

Braden Kelley

“The results were conclusive: rejection breeds creativity.”

Drew Boyd

“Business Model Innovation, Design Thinking, all the Ted Talks in the world, are the not the answer. They are fuel for the fire but they are not the fire.”

Julie Anixter

“Indians have learned to take the long view. They know the future is still gravitating irreversibly toward Asia.”

Rowan Gibson

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Innovation Quotes of the Week – Dec. 16, 2012Mari Anixter is Managing Editor for Innovation Excellence. She is a communications professional living in New Mexico.

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