As with our personalities, we each have a preferred style that we use to innovate.  This is useful to know how we tend to operate as individuals and for leaders and managers in formulating or increasing team performance.  We are all creative and have an innate ability to solve problems. The work of Kirton observed that individual personalities effect

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Well, it depends. There has been a lot of debate over this one both in the general business population and in the academic literature. And I’ll bet you have an opinion on the matter. This article outlines some of the issues and takes forward the situations where small might be better than big, or vice

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I heard a story about a management team that was presented with the results of an employee survey that covered amongst other things, the health of innovation in the business. An astonishing thing was that it described every single innovation score as healthy without one ounce of dissent.  To many it felt completely off base. Anecdotal evidence showed many innovation projects were

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