Chance favours the connected mind...great innovation tip!

Many of us are concerned at how to be more innovative and creative in our businesses, our lives and our organisations.

There is a process in innovation called the slow hunch.

It postulates that most of have ideas, but it's only when we are exposed to other ideas, that a new solution, a new object of creativity or a new possibility can emerge and become realised.

What does that mean for you?

It means that exposing yourself to a wide range of ideas, culture, art, intellectual disciplines - creates a positive environment for your creativity and innovation.

Stephen Johnson has written a book about it - here's a

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