8/22/2013

Innovation's glory days are over, writes Andrew Reid, with overcrowding and a lack of funding leaving companies struggling to deliver the kind of forward-thinking products they once could. Still, that creates opportunities for companies that can still get innovation right, Reid argues. "Yes, innovation is the 1970s prom queen and her days may be long gone, but that shouldn't discourage you -- it should motivate you to do things a little differently and think bigger," he writes.

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