Innovation writing often resembles religion – always in search of one true reason or belief. Do we need to practice open innovation? Are we susceptible to the innovator’s dilemma? Should our R&D spend equal 4 or 5% of turnover? Most discussions tend towards one of these explanations rather than a portfolio; one true but simple meaning rather than complexity. I was reminded strongly of the mono-theism of innovation when I read Bruce Upbin’s piece recently, “Debunking The Narrative Of Silicon Valley’s Might”.
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