Innovation involves moving into new products and/or new markets and the risks involved increase the further the firm moves from its core competencies. This point was made in Chapter 3 and Figure 3.3 is reproduced as Figure 14.1a. The greater the degree of innovation and the greater the unfamiliarity of the market, the higher the risk.
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