How corporate thinking kills creativity

10/22/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Every company wants more innovation, but trying to innovate in a bloated corporation can be "like heading to the jungle to hunt for El Dorado in an overstuffed Winnebago," writes Scott Kirsner. He lists 11 ways that large companies throttle their innovation efforts, whether by punishing risk-takers, succumbing to group-think or refusing to invest in any idea that doesn't have obvious billion-dollar potential.

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