IVIS-29, “Do the DaVinci,” aka don’t take YES for an answer

IVIS-29, “Do the DaVinci,” aka “don’t take YES for an answer”

Next Step – Read a book about an innovator or on innovation.  It doesn’t have to be IT-centric or innovation-centric; it just has to give you a few good ideas as to how you could bring innovation into your role as CIO.

Personal recommendations include:

and finally Steven Johnson’s “Where Good Ideas Come From” highlighted in http://www.itconnecter.com/2013/06/19/history-of-innovation-implications-for-it-today/.  Other well known pioneering innovation authors who are personal favorites include Clayton Christensen and Donald Tapscott…..

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