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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 past 5 years, i've been investigating this question that where good ideas come from. It's a kind of problem I think all of us are intrinsicly interested in. We wanna be more creative, we wanna come up with better ideas,we wanna our organizations to be innovative.
I look at this problem from an environmental perspective.What are the spaces that have historically led to unusual rates of creativity and innovation. What I've found in all these systems there is the recurring patterns that you see again and again, that are crucial to creating environments that are unusually innovative.One pattern I call the slow hunch. The breakthrough ideas almost never come in a moment of great insight in the sudden stroke of inspiration. Most important ideas take a long time to evolve and spend a long time dormant in the background. It isn't until the idea has had 2 or 3 years sometimes 10 or 20 years to mature,it suddenly become successful to you and useful to you in a certain way. And this is partially because good ideas normally come from the collision between smaller hunches, so that they form something bigger than themselves. So you see a lot in the history of innovation, cases of someone who has half of an idea. there's a great story about the invention of the World wide web and . This is  a project that B worked on for ten years. But when he started, he didn't have a full vision for this new medium he was going to invent. He started working on one project as a side project to help more organize his own data. He scrapped that after a couple years and started working on another thing. And only after about 10 years did the full vision of the world wide web come into being. That is more often than not how ideas happen. They need time to incubate and they spent a lot of time in this partial hunch form.

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