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We have found that nearly every company follows one of three strategies, need seeker, market reader, or technology driver. And for each of these strategies, there is a distinct set of capabilities that top performers identify as most critical.
And for those companies that focus on the “right” capabilities, execute them well, and align their innovation strategy with overall corporate strategy, we have observed what we call a “coherence premium.” We have found that companies ranked in the top third in terms of coherence had 22 percent higher profit margins, on average, have achieved 18 percent greater market capitalization growth.
Here are two critically important questions to consider:
What is your strategy?
What capabilities do you need to succeed?
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