Since the dawn of the industrial revolution about two hundred years ago, innovation has paved a road to human progress and personal wealth. Originally couched in the arms of discovery and invention, innovation was an inevitable outcome of the innate creativity of geniuses such as George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse. Since then, innovation has evolved from a way of life for a few gifted individuals to the lifeblood of continuing success for their corporate descendants. [Continue Reading…]
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