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Leading for Innovation: And Organizing for Results by Iain Somerville, Marshall Goldsmith, Frances Hesselbein

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6.1. The Genesis of Innovation: Kaleidoscope Thinking

Even in light of recent downturns in the technology sector, it's safe to say that new technologies and expanded market possibilities are revolutionizing industries. For consumers, customers, and citizens alike, the global information economy offers more and faster information, fewer geographical constraints, and greater access to world products and services. Trying to run organizations while the system itself is being redefined means we must look at life through a kaleidoscope—to imagine possibilities outside of conventional categories, to envision actions that cross traditional boundaries, to anticipate repercussions and take advantage of interdependencies, to make new connections or invent ...

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