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Procter & Gamble’s open innovation program nurtures collaboration with individuals and companies globally.
Peter J. Williamson and Eden Yin
Chinese companies are reengineering new product development in ways that reduce lead times.
Robert D. Austin and Thorkil Sonne
People who are “different,” behaviorally or neurologically, can add significant value to companies.
June 17, 2014 | Edward S. Steinfeld and Troels Beltoft
China is becoming the best place to learn how to make ideas commercially viable, even as many multinational companies are growing increasingly wary of doing business there because of concerns about unfair competition and theft of intellectual property. Chinese companies excel at cost reduction, accelerated product development and networked production — and know how to assess what they can do and quickly find partners to fill the gaps.
Most executives spend a reasonable amount of time thinking about the business model for their organization. But how much time do they spend considering the company’s management model? These articles look at ways to challenge the management norm.
Julian Birkinshaw et al.
Increasingly, innovation is being applied to the development of new service offerings, business models, pricing plans and management practices.
How does Toyota solve problems, create plans, and get new things done? Company managers credit a tool called the A3.
Julian Birkinshaw, interviewed by Martha E. Mangelsdorf
In his book “Reinventing Management,” Julian Birkinshaw urges businesspeople to give more thought to management models.
Eva Guinan et al.
Open innovation was used in diabetes research to bring greater openness into every stage of research.
Eoin Whelan et al.
The key to open innovation? Ensuring outside ideas reach the people best equipped to exploit them.
Jay Rao and Joseph Weintraub
A new assessment tool can help executives pinpoint a company’s innovation strengths and weaknesses.
Robert D. Austin and Richard L. Nolan
When conflicts aren’t managed well, a company’s ability to innovate may be at risk.