Why Poloraid Failed. The Need for Humility and Interdisciplinarity

What happens when an individual, a group, or a business trusts in past success, doesn’t believe in the need for collaboration, and is confident they have the answers?  These are the key ingredients in the myth of exceptionalism.  See the case of Polaroid.  Yale Lecture on Mortal Life Cycle of a Great Technology.  See also “What was Polaroid thinking?” in Qn, a publication of the Yale School of Management.

About Taylor Halverson

I love learning. I love connecting. I love interdisciplinarity.
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