Why innovators don't need to be secret agents

09/17/2013 | Innovate on Purpose

Innovators tend to be secretive about what they're working on, but there's usually no need, writes Jeffrey Phillips. Innovation isn't a question of big ideas as much as of execution, and trying too hard to keep a lid on things will just slow you down. "If your competitors are smart enough to monitor what you do, then beat them with better innovation capability and speed," Phillips advises.

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