3 habits that make innovation inevitable

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Ian Hawkins at iGrafx iNNOVATION conference

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On 24 April, PEX Editor Ian Hawkins spoke at iGrafx iNNOVATE 2019. This is the text (and slides) of the presentation. 

We all strive for Innovation – but it isn’t a one-off event and it doesn’t happen in isolation. PEX Editor Ian Hawkins, who has worked with some of the most innovative companies in the world, says that we shouldn’t think of “innovation” as something people do but something that cultures are. In this presentation, Ian brings in history and up-to-the-minute research to support his insights into what organizations and people can actually do to ensure that innovation is not just possible but inevitable.


In this speech you will learn:

* What a habit really is, how it can be made - and broken

* Three factors that lead to innovation

* Why habits lead to inevitable outcomes


Here is the full text and slides of the presentation.