Big Bell Dogma: December 2010

Big Bell Dogma is the innovation stifling mindset, most often seen in large market-dominating companies, where the big company protects the status quo, tries to control what happens in the ecosystem, and believes they can perform tasks better than others in the ecosystem who specialize in that function. Big Bell Dogma hurts consumers, hurts the ecosystem, and slows market growth, but sometimes results in higher profits for the big companies. Here are recent examples:

One Response to “Big Bell Dogma: December 2010”

  1. Will England says:

    I love the VZW LTE data cap point — Could not believe that when I saw it. Thanks for calling it out!

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