Lessons from the Harvard Innovation Lab

Source: Fast Company, Apr 2016

  1. BE A SPONGE
  2. NARROW IS A GOOD PLACE TO START
  3. COMPETITION IS GOODI
  4. IDEAS ARE GREAT—BUT EXECUTION IS WHAT MATTERS
  5. SPEND TIME WITH PEOPLE WHO ARE DIFFERENT FROM YOU
  6. GETTING BETTER IS MESSY
  7. INOVATION ISN’T LIGHTNING—IT’S SIMMERING

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