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April 25, 2007

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Matt Labbe

It's a good concept, but the example story just isn't true. Please don't perpetuate this fable.

http://www.snopes.com/glurge/fleming.asp

Bob Carter

Organizational Innovation is a vital aspect, but should it be thought of in isolation. My research shows that the key to successful innovation lies in finding a balance between the intellectual, organizational and human elements. when balance is achieved, we tend to succeed, when there is im-balance, we tend to fail. To find out more visit:
http://www.pure-insight.com/webinars/balanced-innovation

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