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The Company Immune System: why the big Companies they cannot develop real innovation

What are the reasons why the Incumbents are unable to innovate and regain sales success? . One of the reasons is the existence, within them,…

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paradoxically putting the focus on profits the profits end up ending

Foreign outsourcing is an excellent choice for linear innovation, but a fatal choice for disruptive innovation. The fact is that today, in a society that…

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Why the big companies cannot innovate within them [2]

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

Today, Companies try to innovate by overcoming the sense of certainty.
But THE SENSE OF CERTAINTY – THANKS TO ITS VISION – IS PRECISELY WHAT LEADS THE START UP TO CREATE INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS.

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Why the big companies cannot innovate within them [1]

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

It is useless to try to bring innovationinto companies that are not themselves innovated (which are structured on an obsolete mindset). The innovation currently needed…

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The Entrepreneur’s DNA

There are no new qualities of entrepreneurs. The problem is the lack of traditional entrepreneurs.

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The great Firms are not able to develop disruptive innovation within them

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Why the big companies cannot innovate within them

the consolidated companies of the market literally can’t develop disruptive innovation within them. they are the object of disruption, and therefore can not be the subject. the problem: ● lack of “intuition” ● lack of culture of (real) innovation. a real (disruptive) innovation can only come with a fresh start, from new comers.

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The misunderstanding on Innovation by Manager, Consultants and Pundits

Today Managers and Consultants & the “intellectuals” are focused on the past: it is not bad faith, but it is a lack of ability to recognize the new.

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The need to update the Peters Principle

The Peter principle must be updated as the Market has changed profoundly since the text was written: TODAY COMPETENCE IS ALREADY EXCLUDED IN THE RECRUITMENT PHASE.

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