Pairing neuroscience with design thinking can help companies innovate with greater precision.
The internet giants control vast stores of data — and that may limit innovation at other companies.
Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Thomas Ramge
Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane, Rich Nanda, and Anh Phillips, authors of the book The Transformation Myth, outline the traits and principles essential for adapting to disruption, especially following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gerald C. Kane, Rich Nanda, Anh Phillips, and Abbie Lundberg
Kay Firth-Butterfield (the World Economic Forum), Ya Xu (LinkedIn), and Charlotte Degot (BCG GAMMA) join MIT SMR senior project editor Allison Ryder for a discussion on innovating with artificial intelligence.
Kay Firth-Butterfield, Ya Xu, Charlotte Degot, and Allison Ryder
A global study of online hackathons offers best practices for designing virtual ideation sessions.
Tomoko Yokoi, Nikolaus Obwegeser, and Michela Beretta
Innovation can thrive when remote teams feel empowered to share ideas and engage in rigorous debate.
Esther Tippmann, Pamela Sharkey Scott, and Mark Gantly
Past pandemics changed the course of history, but our knowledge economy may limit the impact of COVID-19.
Use a networked approach to manage distributed innovation across teams, units, and regions.
Elizabeth J. Altman and Frank Nagle
It’s early in the age of experimentation — and the right time to start building expertise.
Michael Luca and Max H. Bazerman
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.