Aug 13, 2010

Post Brainstorm Malaise

"As we return to the realties of our day jobs at the end of a brainstorm, we run into road blocks, inertia, committees and other hazards that can water down ideas or shut them down entirely. That's what organizations do well. They are designed to minimize risk. Bringing an idea to life can feel like making it through a circuitous maze. So much emphasis with innovation is placed on the up-front brainstorm, yet the real acid test is in the day-to-day shepherding of the idea through the organization..."

-- Tom Fishburne

BONUS: Tom is the international managing director of Method by day and a business cartoonist by night. See more of Tom's work here.