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  • How to Build Your Business Resilience Through Innovation

    While I am not keen on engaging in lengthy debates about definitions, I think it is important to define ‘innovation’, as it has to be one of the most overused and misunderstood buzzwords bandied around the business world! In ‘The Little Black Book of Innovation’, Scott Antony defines innovation in five words, ‘Something different that has impact’. This is undoubtedly my favourite definition of innovation. Put simply, innovation is a process of having an idea and implementing it. It is not about inventing something new, as many people mistakenly believe; it is about introducing something different to what is already being done, in order to bring about positive change.

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