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When Big Firms Are Most Likely to Innovate

When Big Firms Are Most Likely to Innovate

Harvard Business Review - J.P. Eggers and Aseem Kaul

Large, established companies get a bad rap for failing to be innovative. Conventional wisdom suggests that these firms are less likely to create path-breaking new technologies. Some argue this is because established firms are less likely to pursue radically new ideas—they get complacent or they …

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