In this conversation with author Chris Trimble, he discusses his book, 'The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge,' and shares with his viewers how key concepts from his research can help leaders become better innovators.
He explains why it is actually important not to break all the rules when it comes to innovating and shows how people who live by this motto tend to send the message to others that they believe that they are too special to follow an organization's rules, which heightens the antagonism between innovators and leaders of the performance engine. In this insightful video talk, Chris Trimble shows how innovators and company leaders can work together with mutual respect to produce new and efficient ways of achieving objectives.
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Chris Trimble Keynotes
The Chris Trimble keynotes teach audiences how to spark innovation within their companies, dishing...