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- A veteran executive calls out the books that most influenced him in a career driven by innovation.
- Large U.S. firms react to competition from high-quality foreign importers by investing more in their own R&D efforts and producing more patents.
- There’s a reason there are so few examples of large companies fundamentally altering their strategies on the fly — it’s extremely hard.
- Many companies have not adapted to the deep connection their customers and employees have with their mobile devices.
- A comprehensive model shows how far-reaching trends in the massive industry will influence the growth of profit pools — and how payors and providers should respond.
- Some examples, past and present, of how good design overcomes complexity. See also “Your Employees’ User Experience Should Be a Strategic Priority.”
- In his new book, Douglas Rushkoff reacts to rising inequality and the threat of automation by proposing a new social operating system that distributes wealth more equitably.
- A study describes how companies can adopt a flexible innovation strategy that is responsive to changes in rapidly shifting markets.
- As they look to enhance digital capabilities through mergers and acquisitions, traditional companies have to heed a new set of dating rules.
- Companies everywhere pay too little attention to the implicit messages — about productivity, commitment, and capabilities — that are sent by their own software interfaces. See also "What Good User Experience Looks Like.”
- Today’s Russian trendsetters are Silicon Valley–style entrepreneurs determined to make their ventures work — and to pull their country’s economy forward, no matter what.
- What travel can teach you about making organizations more productive.
- In his new book, Adam Grant turns the conventional wisdom on non-conformity on its head.
- The quiet heroes of innovation do the little things that bring big ideas to life.
- The manufacturing chief describes how an industrial powerhouse founded in the 19th century is using software, sensors, and savvy to create a digital manufacturer that can thrive in the 21st century.
- A new study finds that the design of new products can help move a company’s stock — especially if those products appear to be very useful.
- The most farsighted enterprises have mastered five unconventional practices for building and using distinctive capabilities.
- When it comes to organizational change, allowing sufficient time to gain attention and approval will increase your odds of success.
- Flexible, adaptive supply chain management is an overlooked but vital component of a company’s overall innovation strategy.
- Why aren’t employers more effective at filling open positions?