William Taylor's recent Xconomy post on GE's and Wal-Mart's lack of disruptive potential is flawed by the same lack of imagination and innovation Taylor accuses these corporate behemoths of harboring. The post, a response to an article by Intel's Andy Grove on Jeff Immelt and Lee Scott, argues GE and Wal-Mart lack the potential to disrupt critical sectors “because that’s just not the way innovation in established companies works. I have a lot of respect for Taylor and his work at Fast Company and Xconomy, and even more skepticism about the innovative potential of corporate giants, but believe Grove's argument requires another look. In terms of greentech, the game-changing impact of an...