Today is the day of the twenty-one points: on the twenty-one points Downloadblog Bob Sutton for leading innovation, we are dealing here on the other. Of Metacool and “A Declaration of innovation” , a bullet list which reflects the Sutton, but not only applies to leaders and executives, but also to ordinary mortals.
In this case, we are mere mortals and our projects. If you want to read the twenty-one points, hold good for those on Downloadblog, those closely associated with the design here:
1. Discover the world instead of thinking about how to find out.
2. Watch and listen as if you were a child.
4. Create a prototype like I’m sure you realize it (…) never be a meeting without a prototype built, without a test without a test.
5. You can build a prototype of everything.
8. Most new ideas are not.
The infographic that illustrates the post has nothing to do with the twenty-one points, but I thought it interesting anyway: can be found on Flickr .