Is Innovation a Dirty Word at GE?

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From aviation to healthcare to renewable energy, General Electric is world renowned as an innovation powerhouse. But, is “innovation” a dirty word at GE? We’re with Ann Marie Dumais, Open Innovation Leader at GE’s GENIUSLINK™, to learn more.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • Why innovation demands democratization
  • Why GE’s entrepreneurial culture is not afraid to question assumptions, celebrate risk, and learn from failure
  • How to increase agility and create buy-in using innovative thinking and method

Learn more about this episode on The Huffington Post.

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