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Slower Innovation Can Be More Valuable

The business world today has adapted a fast culture that is often about rapid response to a new blip on the radar, leading to a win for companies who can mobilize and capitalize quickly. However, there is still a lot of value in a slow culture when it comes to innovation. Slow innovation focuses on changes that you see coming but that may not be ready to transform your business immediately.

“The major benefit of slow innovation is prescience; if you’re patient and committed, slow-innovation projects could alert you to an idea, trend, or gap in the market that would have otherwise appeared to “happen overnight.””

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