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innovator's dilemma



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October 19, 2012

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FCC chair: U.S. faces 'innovators' dilemma'

Julius Genachowski says at Web 2.0 Summit that roadblocks to the overhaul of U.S. broadband infrastructure could deal blow to business innovation. (Attention, Google and Verizon.)

By November 17, 2010


Video: Apple's innovation dilemma

Apple is an extremely innovative company. That's the problem.

By December 18, 2008


Revo in review: Acer innovates the home theater PC

Acer's Revo 100 finally addresses the home theater PC input dilemma.

By August 5, 2011


Ballmer praises Sinofsky, promises aggressive innovation

During a Churchill Club discussion, Microsoft's CEO offers observations on his former lieutenant and on Windows 8, as well as Apple and Google.

By November 14, 2012


Life after touch - how will the Apple patent impact innovation?

I'm no patent expert, but it's clear after a little research that patent laws were put into place for two reasons: 1) they want to encourage secretive inventors to stop stashing their cool ideas under a mattress somewhere and make them public and 2) they

By February 14, 2009


Open or not - innovation remains a fuzzy concept

The Economist has a special report on innovation in this week's issue, and it's good to see the magazine recognizing what is probably the most important current trend in this space: open innovation.

By October 12, 2007


How green-tech start-ups can take on energy goliaths

The business gurus who brought you the Innovator's Dilemma have some advice for green-tech pros: think niche, start slow.

By February 11, 2008


Microsoft's bloatware problem (and how open source could help)

Microsoft is a victim of its own success, and a classic innovator's dilemma now confronts it. How open source points the way to Microsoft's salvation....

By June 14, 2007


Microsoft in desperate need of a new development model

Microsoft is currently its own worst enemy, in Innovator's Dilemma fashion. The company could use open source - not as a panacea, but rather as a way to channel more innovation into (and out of) the company.

By July 31, 2007