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Interview and Reflection Assignment1Interview and Reflection AssignmentGrand Canyon University: ENT-435
Interview and Reflection AssignmentInterview and Reflection AssignmentCreating architecture for innovation is crucial to the long-term success of anyorganization. Many establishments not only encourage innovation, but also set aside designatedhours to encourage their employees to create (Gersch, 2013). There are many ways to encourageinnovation in the workplace and there isn’t only one right answer. Techniques can evolve, andshould evolve, to adapt to the environment that surrounds the establishment. Different cultures,climates and traditions all play a role in deciding which technique would be best for the team,and what model should be used to evaluate the effectiveness of that innovation. This essay is apersonal reflection correlated to the development of architecture for innovation. This essay willdiscuss valuable knowledge regarding effective innovation architecture, estimated challenges tobe present when suggesting innovations, and how the interview conducted can be used to foster aculture for innovation.Effective Innovation ArchitectureTruly, there is no topic in an organization that is more important than innovation.Challenges will always present themselves, but innovation allows rescue and recovery.Constantly, a company should be innovating new products to change the way our lives are lived.It is precisely the goals and determinations of an innovative group that changes the world aroundeveryone. There is no single tool or method that would deliver consistent, profitablebreakthroughs. But a systematic approach backed by systematic data can help to maintain aprofitable flow of innovations, which increase the chances of discovering a groundbreaking idea.One of the most important climates to install into a workplace is an employee who thinks as ifthey are an innovator (Tennant, 2015). Employees have a strong voice and evolving theirunderstanding of innovation can turn the entire organization into an innovative brain, constantly2