When it comes to solving problems the most successful problem solvers have benefited from looking across to other industries.
James Dyson once worked in a sawmill where they used a vortex to separate out the sawdust so it did not clog their filter. Velcro was invented by a guy picking sand-burs off his dog after a walk in the field, which made him recognize the properties of hooks and loops. Insulating yourself to your own industry when looking for answers is like looking for your keys where the light is good instead of where you think you dropped them.
What problem do you face in your industry that has already been solved in another industry?
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