1. Based on the weekly reading, do you think people are innately innovative or do people learn to be innovative under the right organization? In either case, how can organizations foster and retain innovative people? People who are creative/innovative may get bored if they aren’t properly challenged and compensated for their creativity. This question is part human resources, part organizational structure, and part philosophy. Feel free to be creative with your answer.
2. Tell the group about an innovative person you admire. Pick anyone except Steve Jobs. We all know the innovative things Steve Jobs did. You don’t need to pick a business leader. You could discuss a creative/artistic person (like Kurt Cobain or Taylor Swift, Thomas Kinkade or Mark Rothko, Stanley Kubrick or Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep or Daniel Day-Lewis). What makes/made them innovative? How do they work with and/or against the institutional structures (e.g. the market, the art world, etc.) that came before them? How are they different from others and what impact have they had on their field? You don’t have to do a lot of research on this. Pick someone you’re interested in and tell us about their innovation/creativity.
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