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- Nancy Scola reviews Joel Gurin’s Open Data Now, the first book to detail the rich business opportunities in open data and the challenges in capturing them.February 11, 2014 by Nancy Scola
- An urgent need for job growth is spurring an innovative trend in CSR and high-minded commercial initiatives.
- Five ways to boost the impact of new endeavors without adding bureaucracy or cost.
- Tech entrepreneur Christopher Schroeder explains why you need to pay attention to the mobile-powered masses.February 3, 2014 by Jen Swetzoff
- Eric Ries talks about how the “build, measure, learn” principle can help companies innovate and get ahead. For more related insights, read "Why Eric Ries Likes Management."January 27, 2014
- In the fourth video interview of this five-part series, Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, describes his system of innovation accounting—and how it can convert learning into dollars. For more related insights, read “Why Eric Ries Likes Management."January 15, 2014
- French railway giant SNCF responded to the threat of low-priced upstarts by creating a lab to accelerate R&D and cut its cost.
- In the third video interview of this five-part series, Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, discusses why it's important to attach metrics to the process of learning, using an idea he calls "validated learning."December 16, 2013
- The Lean Startup author says that entrepreneurship is management — and describes how that concept can help achieve better results at any company.December 11, 2013
- Here Come the New CompetitorsDecember 2, 2013 by John Jullens
- Excitement about any new technology should be balanced with the application of time-tested forecasting tools.
- Surefire tips for stamping out morale and making sure you get the least out of your employees.November 22, 2013 by Sally Helgesen
- Some advice for professionals who want to start calling their own shots.November 19, 2013 by Susan Cramm
- In the first video interview of this five-part series, Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, tells Paul Michelman, executive editor at strategy+business, that entrepreneurs exist everywhere—and discusses what that means for innovation at big companies.November 18, 2013
- The author of The Lean Startup is thinking big about the challenges facing companies in an economy driven by innovation.November 12, 2013 by Paul Michelman
- Avoid the usual temptations and your big bet on Verizon Wireless might be a big win.October 29, 2013 by Ken Favaro
- New businesses may be tempted to expand as quickly as possible, but such rapid growth can doom a fledgling company.October 24, 2013 by Matt Palmquist
- Women who “want it all” are finding that starting their own business is the way to get it.October 17, 2013 by Matt Palmquist
- Rita Gunther McGrath, author of The End of Competitive Advantage: How to Keep Your Strategy Moving as Fast as Your Business, introduces a passage about when—and when not—to demand excellence from Tipping Sacred Cows: Kick the Bad Work Habits That Masquerade as Virtues, by Jake Breeden.September 26, 2013
- The advice we give our children may also be the secret to corporate longevity.August 20, 2013 by Paul Michelman
- Commitment to an organization-wide ethos feels increasingly antiquated. Except where it succeeds wildly.August 8, 2013 by Paul Michelman
- The lessons of frugal innovation allow companies in both emerging and developed economies to do more with fewer resources.
- In weak local economies, startup numbers are strong.June 21, 2013
- A review of Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, by Chris Anderson.May 28, 2013 by Tom Igoe
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