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March 27, 2017


Masoud Charkhabi

It's interesting that the inverse of the transition that Dr. W. describes in the R&D labs of Bell, Xerox and IBM; is occurring in industries not known for R&D and innovation, such as, for example, banking. Rather than entirely rely on innovations from the outside, these industries now see an opening playing field and they feel confident that they can create value through proprietary R&D and innovation.

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