Favouring implementation over innovation

‘I have to admit that I only read War And Peace when I was 40. But I knew the basics before then.’ – Umberto Eco  Why is the term ‘innovation’ used far more often than ‘implementation’? Why are we drawn to the idea that only innovation gives us ‘cut through’? Last month, at an international meeting, our British business partner described it aptly when he said that, ‘the strategy is execution’. Does an out of stock item for days, perhaps months, on end assume less impo

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