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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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For the past a few years, I’ve been investigated where good ideas come from. It’s a kind of problem I think ? and ? interested in. We wanna be more creative. We wanna come up with better ideas. We wanna organizations to be more innovative. I’ve looked this problem from a environmental perspective. What are the places that are ? like do a raise of creativity and innovation. And what I found in this system is a ? pattern you would see again and again that ? to creating environments that are unusually innovative. One pattern I call the slow hatch. They break through ideas almost never come at the moment of ? inside and suddenly stroke as inspiration. Most important ideas take a long time to evolve and they spend a long time to ? in the background. It is not until the idea stayed 2 or 3 years, sometimes 10 or 20 years to make sure to be successful and useful to you, and in a certain way. And this is because good ideas normally come from the coalition between smaller hunches, so they form something bigger than themselves. So you see a lot in the in the history of innovation, cases of some one who has half of the idea. There is a great story about ? the world of web and Tim Berners Lee. This is a project that Berners Lee worked for 10 years. But when he started, he didn’t have a full vision of this new medium who is going to advent. He started working on one of the project as a site project ? organize his own data. He ? on that a couple of years, and he started to work on another thing. And only after about 10 years did the full vision of the world-wide web come to being. That is more often than not how ideas happen. They need time to incubate, and they spend a lot of time in this partial hunch form.
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For the past a few years, I’ve been investigated where good ideas come from. It’s a kind of problem I think ? and ? interested in. We wanna be more creative. We wanna come up with better ideas. We wanna organizations to be more innovative. I’ve looked this problem from a environmental perspective. What are the places that are ? like do a raise of creativity and innovation. And what I found in this system is a ? pattern you would see again and again that ? to creating environments that are unusually innovative. One pattern I call the slow hatch. They break through ideas almost never come at the moment of ? inside and suddenly stroke as inspiration. Most important ideas take a long time to evolve and they spend a long time to ? in the background. It is not until the idea stayed 2 or 3 years, sometimes 10 or 20 years to make sure to be successful and useful to you, and in a certain way. And this is because good ideas normally come from the coalition between smaller hunches, so they form something bigger than themselves. So you see a lot in the in the history of innovation, cases of some one who has half of the idea. There is a great story about ? the world of web and Tim Berners Lee. This is a project that Berners Lee worked for 10 years. But when he started, he didn’t have a full vision of this new medium who is going to advent. He started working on one of the project as a site project ? organize his own data. He ? on that a couple of years, and he started to work on another thing. And only after about 10 years did the full vision of the world-wide web come to being. That is more often than not how ideas happen. They need time to incubate, and they spend a lot of time in this partial hunch form.
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