Innovation must reads of the week: In praise of copycats

Innovation must reads of the week: In praise of copycats

Storified by Jorge Barba · Sun, Aug 12 2012 08:59:16

NASA engineer: disruptive corporate culture got us to Mars http://smrt.io/S5PmkoSmartPlanet
Copy innovation not neccessarily a bad thing RT @klakhani: In Praise of the Copycats http://on.wsj.com/NoKarLStefan Lindegaard
The Seven Deadly Sins of #Innovation Leaders http://zite.to/QPwqcC via @ziteRalph-Christian Ohr
“@dscofield: Great post on Intuit by @andreameyer Intuit’s High-Velocity Experiments http://goo.gl/zybK4” #innovationRalph-Christian Ohr
Understanding Complexity (and what to do about it) http://bit.ly/PcxTtQGreg Satell
Get to Know Your Non-Customer http://s.hbr.org/P2SZr2Harvard Biz Review

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