How to Go From Information to Innovation

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For innovation to happen, you first need to increase the quantity and quality of your insights.

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We’re in the Age of Information, where there’s an overabundance of data available 24/7 at our fingertips. But all this information doesn’t equate to more insights or more innovation. That’s because to really increase the quantity and quality of your insights you have to give your brain quiet time to process things and then assess the strength of what you’ve learned. This can be done with the help of NLI’s Eureka Scale. Read more about how to use the scale in David Rock and Emma Sarro’s piece in Fast Company.

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