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Cognitive Barriers to Innovation

Cognitive Barriers to Innovation

Laura Knotts

Laura discovered the power of scalable innovation at the age of 14 when she created a line of audio books for the blind by borrowing six different audio cassette recorders from friends and family and having her 3 younger brothers and sister push all the record buttons at once as she began to read aloud. That early foray into the world of social ventures would prove a harbinger of Laura’s long and fruitful work as a social intrapreneur within the domain of education, where she successfully created, launched, and operated a variety of innovative new programs that positively impacted education within the State of South Carolina on a local, regional, and statewide level.

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