Unable to innovate? Blame the bean counters

03/28/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Public companies struggling to innovate may be able to blame conservative accounting and financial planning protocols, according to a study. "People usually think of financial conservatism as a good thing, because it ensures management is not wasting money on certain projects, but there are drawback's too," says INSEAD professor Gilles Hilary.

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