The difference between Imagination, Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The difference between Imagination, Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Wonderfully insightful talk by Tina Seelig From Inspiration to Implementation.

Imagination is the ability to envision things that dont yet exist

Creativity is applying imagination to solve problems- ideas that are new to me

Innovation is applying creativity to come up with new solutions- ideas that are new to the world

Entrepreneurship is applying innovation to bring ideas to life

The innovation cycle works by reframing the question, instead of 5+5=? ask ?+?=10. 

Her tips for students at the end of the talk are brilliant “If you ask for permission you are transferring the risk to someone else.”

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