Are You Innovating Too Quickly?
December 3, 2012 Editor 0
Corporate CEOs are often chastised by the business press for moving too fast or too slow to make fundamental changes. But Michael Schrage suggests that focusing on that metric is a fool’s game. Much more reliable is the metric of how fast your customers and clients are willing to change. Their inertia matters more than your momentum.
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