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Clayton M. Christensen et al.
Successful business model innovation requires an understanding of how business models evolve.
Thomas H. Davenport
While humans may be ahead of computers in the ability to create strategy today, we shouldn’t be complacent about our dominance.
William R. Kerr
Companies entering global markets should identify an approach that best suits their business model.
June 13, 2016 | Joseph V. Sinfield and Freddy Solis
Pursuing a high-impact innovation strategy can have terrific payoffs — but it’s also extremely risky, and most companies won’t do it. Yet a comparatively less risky, proactive approach that strings together “lily pads” of capability-building investments, technical and conceptual advances, and market explorations into “enabling innovations” can bring companies closer to their goal and provide a long-lasting competitive edge.
Shlomo Ben-Hur et al.
Too many corporate learning and development programs focus on the wrong things. “The word ‘learning,’ which has largely replaced ‘training’ in the corporate lexicon, suggests ‘knowledge for its own sake,’” write the authors. “However, to justify its existence, corporate learning needs to serve the organization’s stated goals.” Understanding the strategic agenda of the CEO should be a top focus of learning leaders, who can then developing an agenda that is reflective of the CEO’s priorities.
Managers should be skeptical consumers of external strategy advice. External strategy advice can be costly — and wrong. The best sources of insight about strategy tailored for your company can lie dormant within the company itself, in its employees. Ironically, companies often expend significant resources on obtaining flawed external advice while the employees with the best strategy ideas are ignored — and thus may walk out the door.
September 20, 2016 | Gregory Unruh
Companies can continue creating value in the face of disasters, both natural and man-made, when they develop community resilience strategies.
Shardul Phadnis et al.
New research finds scenario-based decision making helps increase executives’ strategic flexibility.
A focus on execution is undermining managers’ ability to develop strategy and leadership skills.
David B. Yoffie and Michael A. Cusumano, interviewed by Martha E. Mangelsdorf
How can executives develop their skills as strategists? One way is to learn from the masters.
Gerald C. Kane
Companies need to engage in long-term thinking about their digital strategy.
Preparing for the platform-business revolution; how to optimize distribution networks with big data.
MIT Sloan Management Review
An infographic provides highlights of MIT SMR‘s 2016 Internet of Things report.
Multi-sourcing can lessen the risk of supply chain disruption. But it introduces risks of its own.
Willy C. Shih
The process of bringing assembly work back to U.S. factories from abroad is more challenging than the economics would predict.
Wendy L. Tate et al.
Joining the supply and demand sides of an enterprise presents an opportunity for efficiency and value creation.