Whether you’re Team Apple or nah, I’m sure we can both agree on this: The MacBook Pro I typed this post on is a pretty innovative piece of equipment.
Come to think of it, most mainstream tech products probably fit that description: Pretty innovative pieces of equipment.
But innovation isn’t just the domain of tech companies. Anyone can innovate. Because to be innovative requires more than an ability to code computer software or analyze and interpret complex digital data. It calls for a willingness to continually improve the your user’s experience, be it an external client or customer or an internal team.
Hopefully this insight sparked the same flares of optimism within you as it did me. Because it suggests true innovation lies in the outcome. If you can create an experience with superior quality, speed or functionality, then guess what? You’re an innovator.
Now go forth and innovate. :)