On the principle of free innovation

The principle of innovation, when derived from an organisation’s collective altruism, by default, places the output of innovation above the individual moral ability to partake in such a system. This creates a politically charged system of forced creativity which will ultimately lead to the implosion of the system itself.

A free innovation system should place the individual as the target of innovation and the organisation as a mediator to balance the conversation between individuals. The right of free innovation cannot be allowed to violate the rights of another individual’s same freedom. The concept of free innovation relates to the freedom of individuals to act as they see fit within the framework of the ethical policies the organisation has defined as part of its role to protect the freedom of innovation.