How to innovate on a shoestring

06/7/2013 | InfoWorld

Companies don't need huge R&D divisions to innovate, writes Michael Voellinger. All it takes is a small group of employees with a mandate to think creatively about the problems they face. "Innovation isn't all about an enormous budget or a room full of hackers. It's about the growing price tag for not experimenting -- a risk no one can afford," Voellinger writes.

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