InnovationEditing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online and in print. Leading Change Means Changing How You LeadContextually effective leadership comprises three key elements — map, mindset, and message — that drive desired change. Spark Team Creativity by Embracing UncertaintyFoster a creative culture by embracing the curious, the uncertain, and the unknown. History’s Lessons on Competitive InnovationRapid exploration and experimentation often outperform a more deliberative approach to problem-solving. Effective Innovation Begins With Strategic DirectionTo get more from their innovation efforts, businesses must first determine what type of change they want to achieve. Dating Disruption — How Tinder Gamified an IndustryTinder’s entrance into the dating app industry was a literal game changer. How Leading Companies Are Innovating RemotelyNew research reveals steps that can help remote teams boost innovation and create customer value. The Unconventional Innovator Who Created WikipediaWikipedia’s creation required the determined efforts of an unconventional, original thinker.