Innovation

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Lowering the cost of innovation

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Michael Schrage of the MIT Center for Digital Business sees inexpensive digital business experiments as a form of “innovation risk management.”

Cutting costs strategically

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Need to lower costs? Think about “re-featuring” your product, suggests Scott D. Anthony of Innosight.

Choosing the best places to innovate

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Countries are adopting a variety of innovation strategies and policies — and that’s something executives should keep in mind, according to John Kao.

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Creating a culture of innovation

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The CEO of W. L. Gore & Associates offers insights into how the company has built a culture that fosters innovation.

Learning from innovation

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New research offers insights into the factors that affect how much an organization learns from its innovation activities.

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Reallocating Wall Street Talent

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“Highly skilled labor should be reallocated away from the financial industry towards more innovative sectors” of the economy, writes MIT economist Daron Acemoglu in a new essay.

Capturing employees' insights about new business ideas

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How does a large, global corporation capture employees’ ideas for new technologies? An article from the Fall 2008 issue of MIT Sloan Management Review analyzes the results of IBM’s 2006 “Innovation Jam” — which involved 150,000 people.

Investing in innovation in hard times

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A professor’s analysis of innovation during the Great Depression suggests that downturns can present opportunities — if you have cash and good ideas.

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G.M.'s Innovation Travails

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How General Motors has struggled with innovation in recent years — and why inconsistent support for innovation is not a problem unique to G.M

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