Designing organizational structures that support innovation is a challenge, especially as organizations grow larger with success. A good underlying tenant by which to design innovation organizations is always to remember the anonymous quote that “the amount a person uses their imagination is inversely proportional to the amount of punishment they will receive for using it”. Thus good innovation organizations work hard to remove constraints on human behavior. Exceptional senior leader performance is achieved when an organization is held at a dynamic equilibrium just below the breaking point at which diversity and free thought overwhelms structured productive work processes.