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Whining should not get in the way of innovation

Nicholas Carr is at it again. He's making sensational, not entirely accurate, extrapolations about the future of IT in business based on current conditions, which is nice work if you can get it.

In May 2003 the Harvard Business Review published an article by Carr titled IT Doesn't Matter. The gist of the article was that IT is now ubiquitous and available to......

Full article >>> Of course there will be stunning failures in the process of innovation! The biggest risk in any failure is not that one learns no lesson, but rather that one learns a false lesson with great conviction.

It's not a coincidence that the venture capital process and the business innovation process are so closely related. Think about it. Venture capitalists invest in a lot of things, ......

Full article >>> novative with software (or anything else for that matter). The lesson is that we need to find ways to make the essential failures of innovation happen more quickly, be less expensive and preferably a little less dramatic.

True innovation is almost always revolutionary, and reliable predictable business performance is almost always not. Bringing the two together successfully requires patie......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 02/02/05


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