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For the past five years, I have->’ve been investigating this question of where good ideas come from. It'->’s a kind of problem my->I thinking->think all of us are intrinsically interested in. We want to be more creative, who->. We want to come up with better ideas, who->. We want wonder->our organization->organizations to be more innovative. ->. I’ve have->looked look->at this problem from an environmental perspectives->perspective. What are the spaces that have storically->historically than->led usual->to unusual rates of creativity and innovation. What->? And what I’ve found in the->all obvious->of system->these systems there’re is the->these current->recurring patterns that you see again and again that crutial->are crucial to creating environment->environments that are unusually innovative. One pattern ->, I call the -> ‘slow huntch, ->hunch’ - the greater->breakthrough idaeas->ideas almost never comes->come in a moment of great the ~ ->insight, in the->a suddern->sudden stoke->stroke of inspiration. Most important ideas took->take a long time to evolve and they spend a long time to dormen->dormant in the background. It is->isn't until the ideas->idea have->has had 2->two or 3->three years, sometimes 10 or 20 years to mature ->, that it suddenly become->becomes successful to you and useful to you in a certain way. And this is partially because good ideas normally come from the collision between smalller->smaller huntches->hunches, so that they perform->form something bigger than themselves. So you see a lot in the history of innovation, -> cases of someone who has half of the->an idea. This->There’s is the->a great story about innovation->the about->invention of the world->World wide->Wide web->Web in ~ ->and Tim Berners-Lee. This is the->a project ~ -> that Berners-Lee working->worked on for ten->10 years. When->But when he studied->started, he didn'->’t have a full vision of->for this new medium who->he is->was going to invent . ->. He started working on a->one project as a side project to help organizing->organize his own data. He scraped->scrapped that for->after a couple of->years years. And->and he started working on another thing. And only after about ten->10 years to->did get->the full vision about->of world->the wide->World web->Wide Web come into being . ->. That is ->, more often enough->than not, how ideas happen. They need time to incubate. This spent->and they spend a lot of time to->in huntch->this for.
->partial hunch form.
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