Six Secrets to Doing Less: Why the Best Innovation Strategies Are Rooted in the Art of Subtraction

In the pursuit of innovation, leaders are often faced with three critical decisions:

  1. What rules to follow, versus what to ignore.
  2. What to leave in, versus what to leave out.
  3. What to do, versus what not to do.

As Matthew May recently explained in "Six Secrets to Doing Less," in the Spring 2013 Strategy+Business, many of the most original innovators focus far more on the second half of each choice than the first. May, the founder of.....

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