What rules or protective boundaries are necessary to let true innovation flourish?
What excites me most about the Inventioni.st model is how it lowers the barriers to (and risk of) experimentation. As Bud Caddell writes on his blog, two of the reasons why this, why now: A) In most institutions, 90% of strategic plans are never realized and 70% of change plans fail. and B) Organizations need innovation more than ever, but innovation needs breathing room.
True innovation needs frequent iteration and room to fail.
Is there a better way than this to create successful innovation? And can the Inventioni.st model create something as lasting as Nike+ or will it always be limited to the scale of the Dominos Pizza Tracker?