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How the Ivy League Is Killing Innovation

We are seeing an alarming trend. The wrong people are making millions on innovation—teaching innovation that is.

It isn't sour grapes on our part. We don't teach innovation. It's just frustration. No one disputes the irony: Professors, who have chosen a safe, pragmatic, low-risk occupation and tenured career, are teaching companies how to innovate, a skill that almost always rewards the best risk takers.