Innovations come from unexpected places

01/29/2013 |

Sometimes a major breakthrough comes from seemingly unrelated research, which is why it's important for organizations to keep pushing the boundaries of what is currently possible, Bernard Meyerson of IBM writes. "The fact of the matter is you never completely know what's on the horizon in the future," he writes. "What appears as a mistake today could become something of extraordinary value down the road."

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