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In the previous issue on innovation, Political Economics: Fixing Silicon Valley's Innovation Shortfall where I wrote about how Silicon Valley beat the big East Coast electronics giants, one of the big issues was that researchers in the East Coast organizations wouldn’t take risks. There was a lack of personal incentives. Also, psychologists have shown the larger the group, the less competitive individuals will be – hence, less innovation. Group think is another issue that clouds development.
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