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Thank you very much for the plug. If we win, I'll buy you a round the next time I'm in the Bay Area.

I very much agree with you.Considering your last comment When tikalng about radical innovation a distinction should be made between autonomous radical innovation and radical innovation through takeovers. the underlying question is: Can companies execute innovation themselves? If the answer is no an idea management infrastructure can still prove useful. If an idea is posted that seems very promising, you can go out and shop for the company that did execute the idea.Hence, an Idea management infrastructure is useful no matter if you're a maker or a buyer.

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