The secret to innovative healthcare teams: 60 executives and leaders weigh in
“Not every innovation needs to be a moonshot nor high-tech. An aggregation of low-fidelity and seemingly simple ideas can absolutely amount to material impact for any organization, but the enablement mechanisms need to be in place and battle tested. And there needs to be a respectful and timely feedback loop. How do you do this? By asking, inviting and listening. By facilitating, acknowledging and, where appropriate, rewarding,” said David Sylvan, President at UH Ventures.