Leveraging Innovation in Large and Small Firm Parterships


Short article argues that small firms are better suited to disruptive innovation because they are less structured and suffer from less inertia than large firms, which often struggle to innovate. On the other hand, firm control structures and larger resources make larger firms far more efficient at production and distribution. The author proposes that more large-small partnerships are necessary, and illustrates several potentials models of such partnering.

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