Innovation Versus Complexity: What Is Too Much of a Good Thing? It's natural for businesses to add products or line extensions to keep customers happy and boost revenues. But the result is more complexity throughout a company's operations -- And shrinking margins. To maximize profit potential, a company needs to identify its innovation fulcrum, the point at which an additional offering destroys ...
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