Creating an environment in which innovation can flourish has been challenging in Latin America. While the region is home to solid examples of good software developers, tales of truly disruptive innovation have so far been few and far between.
Almost two years ago, we examined the four main mistakes that Latin American developers were making that were creating roadblocks to innovation.
The key hindrances were the absence of a country specific focus, the lack of a safe place in which to fail, the adoption of the “laid-back” business culture, and a nationwide fear of being different.
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Software companies: have these “blockades” actually hindered your innovation? Let us know in the comments.