"So the issue with a lot of these teams is that they don't understand why need one another, so they need to find common ground, a purpose why the team outperforms individuals. So the first thing is to find that common ground. Secondly, engineer some quick wins quickly, like having them work on an innovative idea. Celebrate that, and then really, the third thing is to just transfer the learning from that and apply it to the organization, to other initiatives." — Kaveh Naficy
You need to pull—not push—new ideas out of your organization. Kaveh Naficy, founding partner at Philosophy IB, recommends that leaders who want to innovate check their egos and remove barriers to creativity.