Innovation and quality are two misconceived terms in business. Typically overused, they fill the void that leaders have in understanding the needs of their organizations. Both innovation and quality are fragile in that they are sporadic and unpredictable, even in the best companies. However, the research provided in this book will prove that there is a complimentary relationship between innovation and quality. From successful fortune 500 companiesand big government to small but successful entrepreneurial ventures, and non-profits, this book examines innovation through a number of different lenses.