The Cutter Edge: Holy Grail of Innovation, Deadline-Driven Smaller Projects, Data Governance
23 October 2018
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Breakthrough innovation – developing and launching radically new products, services, or businesses that deliver significant value – is the holy grail of innovation management. A new model, the Breakthrough Incubator, delivers major benefits in terms of speed, cost, and likelihood of success ... More.
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