Innovative: Every Friday at Hasbro

The Wall Street Journal today has an article about a creativity meeting that happens every Friday at lunch at Hasbro corporate in Massachusetts. The attendees are a combination of game designers, marketers, managers, etc. The purpose of the luncheon is to just play games. Of course one of the deliverables from the play time is ideas for new games or ways to update/revise classics. This is a great example of organized innovation. And even if nothing world changing comes out of it, what a great way to reward the people who make your organization what it is!

So, your task is to make time for innovative dialogue to happen within your organization. Whether you are chatting around a whiteboard or a game board, you are setting yourself up for some potentially great ideas to develop!

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