Savvy executives who want their organization to succeed should establish innovation as the core of their daily operations. Ultimately, innovation is about people. Companies that encourage growth and leadership can create a satisfying work environment. Leaders can’t force staff members to innovate. However, in the right environment staff members intuitively act as entrepreneurs and innovation flourishes.
Creativity and societal problems have not always been closely associated. In the national dialogue, fixing these problems involves a series of concrete steps—steps designed to create concrete processes and repeatable outcomes. As we learn more about why these problems occur, however, we’re also learning more about how to treat them, which can involve a healthy dose of creativity and innovation.
These days, it’s not easy to get a job without a college degree—unless, of course, you create one for yourself, something entrepreneurs have been doing throughout human history. Starting your own business is the best way to prioritize your ideas and bring them to life.