The word “Innovation” is quickly skyrocketing in the business world; it’s everywhere. According to businessweek.com, it “has become the rallying cry of every product manager, the pursuit of every design consultant, the autocomplete of every press release writer.” But what does it really mean? Innovation technically means to introduce an idea, a new product, a new method, a new service, a new process, a new technology, or a new strategy to an organization and make it work better. The introduction of something new to an organization. Innovation in the workplace tends to refer to the process of introducing something new. This process starts from the origination of an idea and goes on to the transformation and implementation of that idea, taking into account the system on which the process unfolds.