‘Innovation Gridlock’ Inhibits Positive Change, Says New HP Study
May 20, 2010 Editor 0
infoTech Spotlight (May 11, 2010) – Organizations need to free up technology dollars spent on operations and instead should invest in driving innovation, according to a new study released by HP. A recent survey of business and technology executives reveals that more than half of business executives indicated their organizations suffer from “innovation gridlock,” where IT organizations are blocked from driving new business innovation because the majority of technology funding is consumed by operating the status quo.
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