Innovative people have something in common. Knowing what they have in common can help organizations hire and develop those people who stand to have the most positive impact. Hal Gregersen (professor at INSEAD) and his co-authors Clayton Christensen and Jeff Dyer undertook a six-year study to uncover the origins of creative—and often disruptive—business strategies in particularly innovative companies. In this episode of Innovators Exchange, Gregersen tells Intuit’s Tad Milbourn about the five skills of disruptive innovators outlined his book, The Innovator’s DNA.
Allison likes that there's something new to learn or share every day. At Intuit she gets to tell the story of the company culture, the innovation happening behind the scenes and the importance Intuit customers play in everything that happens.