Innovation Beliefs Survey
A short survey about attitudes and beliefs about innovation and technology.
To what extent do you agree with the following statements? (1 - not at all, 4 - very much)
Innovations can be divided into minor, incremental improvements upon existing technology and radical leaps of imagination. *
Not at all
Very much
Innovations that are most successful commercially tend to be radically different from prior art. *
Not at all
Very much
Commercially successful innovation requires a special, original idea. *
Not at all
Very much
Good ideas are rare. *
Not at all
Very much
If it isn't "new to the world," it's not innovation. *
Not at all
Very much
I will recognize a breakthrough innovation when I see it. *
Not at all
Very much
People with little prior expertise in the subject area are often better innovators because they can "think outside the box." *
Not at all
Very much
Successful innovators are born with innate talents that differentiate them from the rest of the people. *
Not at all
Very much
In any company, a very limited number of "superstars" - perhaps just one - generates the majority of innovations. *
Not at all
Very much
Creativity comes from creative types. *
Not at all
Very much
There are methods or procedures that can reliably increase innovativeness. *
Not at all
Very much
Small companies are more innovative than large ones. *
Not at all
Very much
Some industries are much more innovative than others. *
Not at all
Very much
Tight budgets stifle innovation. *
Not at all
Very much
Luck plays a major role in the success of any innovation. *
Not at all
Very much
Best idea wins. *
Not at all
Very much
In innovation, skills in selling the idea to others are more important than the idea itself. *
Not at all
Very much
Solutions are more interesting than problems. *
Not at all
Very much
Innovation is all about technology. *
Not at all
Very much
Today, the pace of change is faster than ever. *
Not at all
Very much
We should always strive for more innovation. *
Not at all
Very much
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