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Their Own Worst Enemy

Why Innovation Fails in Established Organizations
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Abstract

Bringing new ideas from “eureka!” to a point where they are bringing value to people every day is hard. Doing so in established organizations, especially large ones, can be even harder. But why? Why is it not easier for people working in these large organizations—with scores of talented people, massive resources, and hundreds of years of experience—to breathe life into great new ideas? That is a question we have pondered for many years. Understanding the answer is key to successfully conquering the problem. So let’s begin our journey there.

Keywords

Established Organizations Business Matters Intrapreneurship Existing Value Propositions Breakthrough Businesses 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KanataCanada
  2. 2.San MateoUSA

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