How companies can sabotage their best effort at innovation

10/22/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

It is surprisingly easy for a company to undermine an effort at innovation, writes Scott Kirsner, editor of Innovation Leader. Companies "shoot themselves in the foot" by not having a clear strategy or metrics for success; believing that every winning idea must immediately be apparent; expecting the corporate suite to drive innovation; and not providing space to foster creativity.

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