Is there such a thing as too much innovation?

04/19/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

At a certain point, fast-growing companies need to shift their focus away from innovation and toward execution, writes Cliff Oxford, founder of the Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs. "When the fast growth starts to fade, as it always does, the problem is rarely innovation. More often, it's an inability to do the things that have to follow innovation," he writes.

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