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Getting value-chain partners on board is essential for innovation and e-business success.
Clayton M. Christensen et al.
Successful business model innovation requires an understanding of how business models evolve.
What are the most effective ways to communicate the process and output of innovation to executives?
Joseph Byrum and Alpheus Bingham
Open-innovation platforms, used thoughtfully, can expand a company’s access to analytics talent.
Thomas H. Davenport and Stephan Kudyba
The information economy is giving way to an economy focused on analytics-based data products.
Jeffrey Bohn (State Street), interviewed by David Kiron and Sam Ransbotham
While the financial services industry is increasingly turning to data and analytics, educating its non-quant managers is proving to be a challenge.
Stephanie Jernigan and Sam Ransbotham
Many organizations are finding success with IoT projects with thoughtful planning.
March 15, 2016 | Michael Ballé, James Morgan, and Durward K. Sobek II
Many managers think they can create better products just by improving the development process or adding new tools. But it’s skilled people, not processes, that create great products. So-called “lean” organizations invest heavily and continuously in the skills of product developers, and rather than developing single products, they think in terms of streams of products. By making people the backbone of the product development system, companies can achieve a triple win: increased innovation, faster time to market, and lower costs.
How will your company achieve the types of innovation necessary for continued growth and success? Open access to these three MIT Sloan Management Review articles about strategies for achieving innovation is provided courtesy of PwC.
Joseph V. Sinfield and Freddy Solis
High-impact innovations have built-in uncertainty — but careful strategizing can reduce the risk.
Joshua S. Gans
Businesses are averting disruption by beating their new competition, joining them, or waiting them out.
By Alan MacCormack et al.
Companies are increasingly turning to contests to generate many diverse ideas.
Technology and Innovation
Deborah L. Roberts and Frank T. Piller
Social media provides a game-changing opportunity to support innovation and new product development.
Jeroen P.J. de Jong and Erik de Bruijn
How should companies respond to game-changing open-source innovations from online user communities?
James B. Rice Jr. and Tim Rowell
For PepsiCo, entering the natural beverage market meant developing new risk management practices.
Mary C. Lacity and Leslie P. Willcocks
Instead of replacing human workers, software robots are an opportunity to augment their skills.
Ning Su et al.
IT outsourcing has emerged as an important strategic tool for acquiring cutting-edge innovation.
A new wave of data innovation offers unprecedented promise to crack the black box of effective urban deliveries.
June 7, 2016 | Ken Favaro
Every great strategy stands on the shoulders of a novel concept, a “big idea.” History is littered with once-extraordinary companies that became mediocre when their strategies drifted away from the big ideas that made them great, or when their once-big ideas lost their commercial punch.