- Oded Shenkar, author of Copycats: How Smart Companies Use Imitation to Gain a Strategic Edge, introduces an excerpt on the wisdom of entering markets after first movers from The Art of Being Unreasonable: Lessons in Unconventional Thinking, by Eli Broad.
- August 28, 2012 by Ann GrahamA review of Standing on the Sun, by Christopher Meyer with Julia Kirby.
- August 28, 2012 by Scott D. AnthonyA review of Reverse Innovation, by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble.
- A survey of senior marketers reveals three capabilities for building better online consumer relationships.
- February 26, 2012 by David K. HurstA review of The Innovator’s DNA, by Jeff Dyer, Hal Gregersen, and Clayton M. Christensen.
- July 29, 2011Robert B. Tucker, author of Innovation Is Everybody’s Business: How to Make Yourself Indispensable in Today’s Hypercompetitive World, introduces a lesson in innovation from Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries, by Peter Sims.
- May 16, 2011 by Art KleinerHistorian Elin Whitney-Smith looks at previous periods of disruption to understand what companies (and people) are going through today.
- December 3, 2010Matthew E. May, author of The Shibumi Strategy: A Powerful Way to Create Meaningful Change, introduces a passage on the critical role of a learning focus in innovation from The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge, by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble.
- November 23, 2010
- Scientist and scholar Raghunath Mashelkar explains a new model of innovation from India that benefits the world’s poor.
- For The Innovator’s Prescription coauthor Jason Hwang, the real solution to health-care costs lies in the business models that incumbent companies have not yet embraced — but can no longer ignore.
- May 26, 2009 by Rita Gunther McGrathCompanies that rely on innovation for growth must learn to live with failure. But lack of commercial success does not have to be a terrible result.
- March 3, 2009 by Art KleinerIn recovering from a crisis, ethical business practice and high performance aren’t opposed.
- January 15, 2009Across nations, corporate culture is a better predictor of a firm’s ability to capitalize on disruptive innovations than factors such as government policy and R&D spending.
- November 25, 2008 by Michael SchrageCreating new ways to measure success.
- February 26, 2008 by David KlineMany companies are still learning how to benefit from valuable intellectual property.
- December 13, 2007 by Barry JaruzelskiThe Global Innovation 1000, Booz Allen Hamilton’s annual study of the world’s largest corporate R&D spenders, continues to be the most comprehensive effort to assess the influence of R&D on corporate performance. Booz Allen experts will discuss this year’s findings, including trends in R&D spending across industries and geographies. From their research into the link between innovation strategy and corporate performance, they have identified two key performance differentiators: customer focus and alignment of corporate and innovation strategies. They’ve also determined the three most prevalent innovation strategies and the implications each has on capability building.
- Reshaping global manufacturing.
- August 29, 2007 by Edward TseSuccess in China requires a flexible approach for a diverse market.
- It has long been common wisdom that smart companies don’t outsource the core operations that define them and set them apart from the competition. But that is starting to change as companies contract out elements of their engineering, design, and research and development. Innovation is going global, with pockets of technology and engineering expertise springing up for rent in Asia, Eastern Europe, even Africa. Smart companies are dramatically reconfiguring their processes and innovation footprint — the physical network of operations — to take advantage of that trend. Booz Allen Hamilton’s experts weigh in on the new rules of global innovation.
- July 17, 2007 by Kevin Dehoff
- May 29, 2007 by Art Kleiner
- February 7, 2007 by Barry JaruzelskiInsights from Booz Allen Hamilton’s Global Innovation 1000
- February 7, 2007 by Barry JaruzelskiInsights from Booz Allen’s Global Innovation 1000
- December 22, 2006As more U.S. banks reach the federally mandated limit for deposits, they’ll have to find a new way to grow.
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