Whether you’re an experimental innovator or a conceptual innovator, you’ll have to rub elbows with many of your opposites. That’s the implication of two recent surveys on how people approach innovation — one by InnovationLabs, another by me.
In the first 33 responses to this survey, 58 percent of people said they were seekers; 27 percent, finders; and 15 percent, half-and-half. Now, if you take the quiz and fill out the survey soon, you’ll find that the counter has reset, because I’ve added a new option: telling me “This didn’t work for me.”
In an upcoming post, I’ll discuss the InnovationLabs survey.