Kodak got a lot of things right—and still got it wrong

Kodak saw digital photos coming, but didn’t have the guts to kill it’s cash cow film business until it was too late. They did roll out some digital photo products early on, but they didn’t commit the amount of money necessary for product development to compete with the Japanese camera makers. See:

http://spectrum.ieee.org/podcast/at-work/innovation/innovation-is-hard

Author: Ben Slade

I'm a software technologist with a political bent. My views tend toward the contrarian and slightly curmudgeonly end of the spectrum.

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