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By: Sophie Goldberg In a world constantly accelerating towards technology and connectivity, it seems as though innovation has never been more important. In many ways, this is true; companies today are increasingly obsessed with engineering vehicles that will propel them forward. But equally as important as creating a gas pedal to fuel those vehicles, is […]
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Reading this insider recount of how the iPod came to be one cannot avoid being struck by how three keys to successful innovation were present in a big way:
Leadership – Steve Jobs gave the team a goal and then the resources and freedom to work unencumbered by company politics along with a very aggressive deadline.
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There’s an eternal argument about whether private equity investors create value for the companies they buy. The evidence shows that private equity backed organizations generate strong returns for investors, but they’re often blamed for three things:
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The three things I suggested breaking are (1) your professional echo chamber, (2) the boundaries that separate you from your ecosystem and (3) the organizational rhythm. This time I’d like to discuss two additional items on my “to break list”: misconceptions and leaner decision making processes.
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