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Why Some of the Most Groundbreaking Technologies Are a Bad Fit for the Silicon Valley Funding Model

Harvard Business

The Silicon Valley model, for all of its charms, was developed at a specific time, for a specific industry, which was developing a specific set of technologies. While it can offer valuable lessons for other industries and other problems, the model is not universally applicable. We’re now entering a new era of innovation , one that the model doesn’t quite fit, and we will have to develop new approaches to build the future. The Silicon Valley Model.