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INNOVATION STYLE QUIZ
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I have fun at work. My colleagues and I like to laugh.
I don't really have fun at work. We're focused on getting the work done.
I've got a brain trust of diverse colleagues that help me refine my ideas and plans.
I like to develop my own ideas and plans--my colleagues don't really understand what I do.
When I have a really good idea it's clear where to go next. There are systems and processes to develop innovative ideas.
Too often my ideas end up dying because they don't get enough oxygen. I don't really have systems or defined processes.
I regularly capture my projects, questions and ideas (either electronically or on paper).
Sometimes I write stuff down but mainly I work to my assignment and deadlines.
I try to get support for my ideas but I'm not clear on what's truly important.
I know how to align my ideas with the interests of my key stakeholders in order to get support for my work.
I get obsessed with certain things and often follow tangents along interesting and surprising paths.
I tend to know what I'm looking for and stick with the topic at hand.
I wouldn't say innovation is expected--except maybe from more 'creative' groups like Marketing or Research.
My organization expects innovation from everyone. This works for me because I've got lots of ideas
Which of these FOUR statements best describes you?
I innovate best when I am leading something new and have organization support.
I innovate best when I have clear instructions and minimum risk.
I innovate best when I am part of a team and can use my expertise.
I innovate best when I can be independent and play with lots of options.
I regularly unplug and do things that refresh and inspire me, even when I've got too much to do.
I'd like take more down time but I have too much on my plate and I need to stay current.
My organization gives lip service to risk-taking but in reality, failure is not an option.
My organization is ready to take calculated risks knowing that some things fail. Even failure has lessons that support innovation overall.
I do get good ideas but I'm too busy fighting fires and reacting to take pro-active steps.
I have the autonomy to pursue my creative ideas and freedom in how I schedule my work.
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