What You Must Consider if You’re Going to Be an Innovator in the ARM Industry

“Innovation” as a concept can be unnecessarily intimidating. To many, it suggests an uncomfortable sense of ambiguity and white space. In fact, nearly all great examples of innovation follow specific fact patterns and behaviors like discipline, thoughtfulness, designed failure, analytic rigor, and patience. The “big bang” innovation is extremely rare. As one simple example, Thomas Edison was fired from his first two jobs (!) and withstood roughly 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at creating the light bulb before he actually figured it out.

I think of innovation in terms of a great leadership lesson from “Culture of Discipline” in the iconic book, Good to Great, by Jim Collins.

Disciplined people who engage in disciplined thought and who take disciplined action are the cornerstone of a culture that creates greatness. 

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