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In the October issue of the Harvard Business Review, Diego Rodriguez, a partner at IDEO, talks about dealing with the “lone inventor myth.” In the article "Creativity and the Role of the Leader," Diego asks readers to consider the examples of InnoCentive, Mozilla, and Wikipedia. “All are contexts that bring in lots of contributors," he explains. "And the fundamental structure of such networked organizations is not centralized and top-down." 

For more on Diego's thinking and to access the full article, click here.