Why innovation requires chaos


"Most organizations absolutely loathe chaos. It’s their ‛biggest enemy’. That’s because, traditionally, we’ve been taught to think and act analytically and in a well-ordered fashion. In fact, most dynamics in our education and our corporate lives are based on the complete avoidance of chaos. But the truth is that if you want experimentation and innovation to really take hold inside your company, a certain amount of chaos will be essential. And no one understood this better than Intel’s former CEO Andrew Grove."


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