Here’s Why Even Highly Successful Companies Find It Hard To Innovate In New Markets

Here’s Why Even Highly Successful Companies Find It Hard To Innovate In New Markets

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In 1892, George Eastman formed the Eastman Kodak Company to “make the camera as convenient as a pencil.” It was an idea whose time had come and by the early 20th century, Kodak emerged as one of America’s largest companies and Eastman one of its most successful entrepreneurs. It wasn’t just that one idea that ...



Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2018/07/04/heres-why-even-highly-successful-companies-find-it-hard-to-innovate-in-new-markets/
By: Greg Satell
Posted: July 4, 2018, 12:00 pm

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