This is a valuable thought, but needs more details to make it applicable in real situation, where ‘team effort’ is imporant rather than an individual effort as is the chalange for ‘health innovations’ for example.
Again, we return to ‘team work’, and biggest challange now, is PPP, private public partnership, as is a requirment for Stimulous Package grants, applied, particularly to health innovations, both from a technology perspective, and from ‘social capital” perspective.
Depending on a person’s technical & social background as well as leadership skills, creativity may have limited usefulness, in the context of absense of knowledge. There is lot of ‘blind leading the blind’ issue that is a challange. “Experts’ springing up who just doesn’t have technical qualifications or leadership skills to make possible “team efforts’. How do you proposed we address these issues in the context of your wonderful defnition, short and specific, but leaves out “economics” as a key elment for example !
Does this one “sucess model” musician collaboration model be used for ‘health innovation’ chllanges linked to virtual teaming via PPP involving government, non-profits & small tech biz ?
But an innovation, to grow organically from within, has to be based on an intact tradition, so our idea is to bring together musicians who represent all these traditions, in workshops, festivals, and concerts, to see how we can connect with each other in music.