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Will your project live or die? Predicting corporate infanticide
In business, internal “corporate infanticide” happens all the time. Corporate innovations are encouraged and funded one year, only to be stymied and shut down by their parent companies a few years later. Thomas Thurston of Growth Science, a business model simulation firm, explains the role that corporate culture plays in predicting whether internal innovations and acquisitions will survive.