Companies think small to unlock big innovations

12/14/2011 | Harvard Business Review online

Innovation groups are getting smaller, as companies such as Facebook and GlaxoSmithKline trade crowded research labs for teams of just a few people each. The idea is to create agile, responsive groups capable of innovating more rapidly and focusing on specific problems. "Take a very, very good look at your organization's innovation teams. ... Could they do much, much more with less?" Michael Schrage writes.

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