0404 | Do IPOs Hurt Innovation?

0404 | Do IPOs Hurt Innovation?

Interesting new research from Shai Bernstein at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business suggests that companies that go public experience a significant decline in innovation post-IPO. Top talent leaves and the talent that stays is typically less productive. Hitting an Innovation wall doesn’t have to be the fate of all companies post-IPO, you just have to train your investors properly.

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

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  1. Innovation is no longer the domain of the “experts”. A pipeline of new ideas can be sustained by leveraging the collective intelligence of your crowd. Spigit can help. http://www.spigit.com

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