AI is a powerful tool for innovation when leaders communicate its benefits.
Use a networked approach to manage distributed innovation across teams, units, and regions.
Elizabeth J. Altman and Frank Nagle
The race to develop treatments and a vaccine for COVID-19 highlights the value of repurposing solutions.
Georg von Krogh, Burcu Kucukkeles, and Shiko M. Ben-Menahem
Amy Webb outlines the 11 sources of change that could disrupt your organization.
Amy Webb and Paul Michelman
To innovate and survive, organizations must develop core business skills in their digital talent.
Tucker J. Marion, Sebastian K. Fixson, and Greg Brown
Effective leadership of virtual teams matters more than which collaboration platform you choose.
Massimo Magni and Likoebe Maruping
Mature companies often lack the vision and the commitment to fully commit to new technologies.
Fernando F. Suarez, James Utterback, Paul von Gruben, and Hye Young Kang
Companies often struggle to establish and run university partnerships effectively.
Lars Frølund, Fiona Murray, and Max Riedel
People who are “different,” behaviorally or neurologically, can add significant value to companies.
Robert D. Austin and Thorkil Sonne
Boards need to monitor not only a company’s risks but also its ability to generate opportunities.
Larry Bennigson and Frank S. Leonard
Generating good innovation proposals from within the ranks of the organization is only the beginning. The more difficult part is creating a selection process that identifies which ideas to implement.
In a global economy, sustained competitive advantage arises from tackling social, political and environmental issues as part of a corporate strategy.