Commercializing Discontinuous Innovations
Abstract:OVERVIEW: Rapid changes in technology, and the incompatibility between the culture of an established corporation and a startup company, make it difficult for many large corporations to maintain their technological edge, even with their access to more resources and widespread distribution systems. However, the capital markets enable an approach to commercializing discontinuous innovations in a time of creative destruction based on leveraging the "patient money" aspect of venture capital. Such an approach may well shape the 21st century information technology corporation and its central R&D laboratory.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2001
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