The former CTO of Humana left the $37 billion insurance giant to found a VR startup. Here's how he says large companies can stop innovation from being killed.
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Companies have tried various approaches to encouraging innovation in their workforces, including launching in-house incubator programs, but finding success in those startup camps remains a challenge. 

Aaron Gani, who previously served as insurer Humana's chief technology officer and now runs a startup called BehaVR, says one of the main problems is the internal feuds over funding. 

The key to unleashing innovation, he says, is to "break the back of the resource competition" that well-meaning...

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