“Innovate or Die” Can Be a Lie

July 13, 2006 at 10:07 am Leave a comment

Innovate or Die?: Beyond Deceptive Practices. Very interesting article about the fallacy of believing this is always the case.

Interesting points from Innovate or Die?:

  • Until 1991 Microsoft didn’t even have a R&D department
  • Many of the biggest spenders on R&D have had difficulty in earning profits in comparison with others (Sisco outperforms Lucent, Alcatel and Norte despite focusing less on R&D.

Article is available for free by Blackwell publishing here: Innovate or Die?: Is that a Fact?

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