Coming up with ideas seems intimidating. Although Mike Tyson teaches us that our first idea is wrong in some meaningful way, it still helps to have as strong a starting point as possible. This week of innovation training draws on people such as Pablo Picasso and Dave Goulait to provide practical tips on how to develop a robust blueprint—or full schematic of what your idea will look like when you build it.

Make sure you start this week with a specific innovation opportunity. By the end of the week, you will have learned how to:

  1. Draw on multiple sources of inspiration to develop an idea.
  2. Determine where your idea can be ...

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