Sarah Miller Caldicott: Thomas Edison Family Member Talks Innovation

Sarah Miller Caldicott didn’t have to look far for inspiration. A relative of the late inventor Thomas Edison, Caldicott has written a book on the innovation process, why it fails and what it takes to catalyze transformative potential into new, market-changing products and services.

Caldicott sat down with ExecuNet for an inside look at the creative process, what innovation requires of leaders and their teams, and how to turn innovation from a corporate vulnerability to a source of real competitive potential.

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