Switzerland – a tiny country with few natural advantages – has become incredibly successful in the world of banking, pharmaceuticals, machinery, and more. James Breiding, author of the bestselling book, Swiss Made, explores the enabling factors for innovation in Switzerland. He makes the point that when an entrepreneur comes up with a new and innovative method or product, there will be resistance from those who have accepted the status quo. Entrepreneurs as well as intrapreneurs need to have thick skin if they wish to disrupt the market.
Ideascale2019-11-28T09:24:06-08:00September 23rd, 2016|Categories: Innovation Ecosystem, Podcast|Tags: B2B, B2C, breakthrough innovation, community, ecosystem, enterprise innovation, europe, global market, globalization, innovation, innovation networks, network, podcast, status quo bias, switzerland, top talent|