Why a limited R&D budget is better

09/14/2009 | Fast Company online

Companies with limited research and development resources can use those constraints to spur innovation, Dan Harden writes. When a company can afford to fund only a small number of simple, inexpensive ideas, those constraints can focus their creativity, he argues. "One needs to focus more on the essential user needs and less on the endless feature possibilities or extraneous embellishments," he writes.

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