Startups have become a cheap excuse for corporations in lack of innovation strategy. It’s not even breaking news; if you’ve been in the business of guiding companies through the innovation minefield for a while, you’ve already endured several trends coming and going every three or four years. Open innovation, intrapreneurship, design thinking, now startup incubation programs. But the end of party is approaching quickly for most corporate incubators that haven't shown a single result. How to learn from these mistakes, and what are the hurdles to overcome next time?