Innovative Minds Don’t Think Alike is an essay by Janet Rae-Dupree in today’s Sunday New York Times Business section. The first paragraph is what really caught my attention: “It’s a pickle of a paradox: As our knowledge and expertise increase, our creativity and ability to innovate tend to taper off. Why? Because the walls of the proverbial box in which we think are thickening along with our experience.” Hmm, I bet we all have come up against this “curse of knowledge” when a top analyst won’t consider something new or a highly experienced colleague won’t consider an innovative AR technique. The essay is well worth reading.
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