Alvin Toffler

The more refined and specialized tasks become, the harder and more expensive it becomes to integrate them – especially in an innovation-driven economy. At some point, the costs of integration may exceed the value of such super-specialization. Narrowly-focused specialists may be good at incremental innovation, but breakthrough innovation is most often the product of temporary teams whose members cross disciplinary boundaries.

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