Innovation is to see a need and responding to it. It means to understand what is missing and then coming up with a surprising, useful or unusual solution that creates a better outcome for everyone involved. Innovation simply means a type of change to solve an existing problem.
Being innovative doesn’t necessarily mean creating something new that no one has ever seen before. So don’t let yourself be held back because you think you’re not creating something completely new. As long as it improves the status quo, as long as it’s creative, it’s an innovation.
In regards to behavior, you could call innovation “disobedience with a happy ending” (Quote by Roberto Battaglia).
One question to ask yourself would be:
What will people need 10 years from now?