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Executive Summary: Masters of Innovation: What CIOs Can Learn From the World's Best Innovators

Published: 01 May 2011

ID: G00213395

Analyst(s): Cristina Lazaro , Mary Mesaglio , Dave Aron

Summary

CIOs can emulate master innovators to become masters themselves, achieving breakthrough results through serial innovation. Changing four behaviors makes this possible: how you focus, how you treat ambiguity, where you spend time and where you start.

Table Of Contents

Foreword

Executive Summary

  • For master innovators, it’s business as un usual
  • The stories: Meet the master innovators
  • The analysis: Master innovators do four things differently
  • Become a master innovator

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