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[豆知识] 【整理】2012-01-01&01-07 灵感从何而来? (1/2)

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[Homework]【整理】2012-01-01&01-07 灵感从何而来? (1/2)

For the past five years,I have been investing this question of where good ideas come from.It's a kind of problems I think all of us are intrinsically interested in.We want to be more creative,we want to come up with better ideas,we want organization to be more innovative.I looked at this problem from an environmental prospective.What are the spaces that have historically led to use of creativity and innovation.What I found,in all these systems,there is a current pattern that you see again and again,that is crucial to creating a environment that unusually innovative.One pattern I called slow hautch.The breakthrough idea almost never come in a moment of great insight in a sudden stroke of inspiration.Most important idea takes a long time to evolve and they spend a long time dormant in the background.It's until this idea has two or three years,sometimes ten or twenty years to make sure that it suddenly became a success to you and useful to you in a certain way.And this is partly because good idea normally come from collision between smaller haunches,so then they form something bigger than themselves.So you see a lot in the history of innovation,cases of someone who have half of the idea.There is a great story about invention the world wide web and Tim Burners Lee.This is a project that Burners Lee worked on for ten years.When he started he didn't have a full vision for this new medium he was going to invent.He started to working on one project as a side project to him  organise more data.He scraped for that a coulp of years,and he started to working on another thing.And only after taht ten years to the full vision of that the world wid web come into being.That's more often about how ideas happen.They need time to intimate,and they spend a lot of time in this partial haunch form.

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