First of all, you need to fund the people, not the projects. You need both a dream and a vision without breaking the vision down into goals or missions. This, of course, is antithetical to business. Business rationale thinks problem solving is a good rubric and a metaphor for what they’re trying to do. Articulating goals actually stifles innovation.
Author: Alan Kay
Source: CGE&Y Center for Business Innovation (CBI)
Subjects: Entrepreneurship, Innovation