To get more from their innovation efforts, businesses must first determine what type of change they want to achieve.
A global study of online hackathons offers best practices for designing virtual ideation sessions.
Tomoko Yokoi, Nikolaus Obwegeser, and Michela Beretta
Will Grannis of Google Cloud explains the organization’s collaborative approach to AI and machine learning innovation.
Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh
Sustaining innovation when a visionary founder steps down requires that all employees be given the license to innovate.
A framework to help leaders understand how they weathered COVID-19 and to keep leveraging their new innovation skills.
Johnathan Cromwell and Blade Kotelly
Wikipedia’s creation required the determined efforts of an unconventional, original thinker.
Cyril Bouquet, Jean-Louis Barsoux, and Michael Wade
How leaders respond to employees’ emotional states affects both creativity and productivity.
Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, Christina Bradley, and Lindred Greer
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
SAP’s Max Wessel explains why advisory board guidance is critical in innovation.
Max Wessel and Karen Dillon
Western organizations shouldn’t attempt to transplant what works in their own countries into developing economies, but instead should become familiar with the environments there and seize existing opportunities in-context.