Saturday, February 04, 2012

the vampire-squid killed innovation too?



Innovation drives economic growth and welfare, and the industrial corporation drives innovation, says William Lazonick. But just how do corporations innovate? The key idea is commitment. People with knowledge of and experience in particular industries commit to a business model that ventures into unknown territory. The main problem is that modern financiers are not prepared to support commitment, and the modern executive pushes for stock buy-backs -- that is how Wall Street undermines innovation. Understanding how organization drives innovation -- this is new economic thinking.

2 comments:

umbrarchist said...

What does planned obsolescence do for innovation, or does it pretend to be innovation>

CNu said...

 http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/esep/v12/n1/p5-13/achieving sustainability requires accounting for all relevant factors

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