The word “Innovation” is used when describing a wide range of new outcomes that didn’t exist before. “Innovation” is used to describe the invention of a new ice cream flavor or the creation of an entirely new industry. Often the same word can be used within a conversation but with different intentions. The result is frustrating discussions that do not produce the desired outcomes. The solution lies in the intention of the conversation. Some might say the ambition of the conversation. So, what are the different types of innovation conversations and how could they be classified? Bansi Nagji and Geoff Tuff are the creators of the “Innovation Ambition Matrix“. This matrix groups innovation into 1 of 3 categories based on[…]