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  • November 28, 2007

    The Customer Connection: The Global ­­­Innovation 1000

    by Barry Jaruzelski and Kevin Dehoff
    Booz Allen Hamilton’s annual study of the world’s largest corporate R&D spenders finds two primary success factors: aligning the innovation model to corporate strategy and listening to customers every step of the way.
  • November 28, 2007

    The Google Enigma

    by Nicholas G. Carr
    Should innovation-minded managers look at the fast-growing Internet company as a model — or an anomaly?
  • November 28, 2007

    Web-Based Apps: A Strategic View

    by Rodrigo Fontecilla and Steve Wardell
    The advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing for corporations.
  • November 13, 2007

    Keeping Marketing’s Promises

    by James H. Gilmore and B. Joseph Pine II
    Ads that trumpet, “We’re unique!” are meaningless if the stores say, “No, we’re not.”
  • August 29, 2007

    Books in Brief

    by David K. Hurst
    High-tech entrepreneurial experience, hidden assets, analytical sophistication, and China’s global ambitions.
  • August 29, 2007

    The Science of Subtle Signals

    by Mark Buchanan
    By analyzing overlooked behavioral cues, researchers are creating a new understanding of organizational effectiveness.
  • August 29, 2007

    Partners at the Point of Sale

    by Rich Kauffeld, Johan Sauer, and Sara Bergson
    With “shelf-centered collaboration,” manufacturers and retailers can finally put the right product on the right shelf at the right time for the right consumer.
  • August 7, 2007

    Web 2.0: Profiting from the Threat

    by Stefan Eikelmann, Jad Hajj, and Michael Peterson
    Fresh trends in consumer behavior driven by social media pose significant challenges to companies stuck in a traditional market-to-the-masses mind-set. Here’s how to thrive on the new Web.
  • July 31, 2007

    Technology and Its Discontents

    by Edward Baker
    In this interview, historian David Edgerton maintains that we will not fully understand innovation unless we rethink the history of technology and its uses.
  • July 10, 2007

    Network Effects: The Virtues of Telecom Regulation

    by Bahjat El-Darwiche and Chady Smayra
    A strong, competitive telecom market plays a crucial role in promoting a country's overall economic development -- but the government must first institute intelligent regulatory policies and practices.
  • May 29, 2007

    Chronicling the Future

    by Jonathan Weber
    The swift pace of change makes understanding Silicon Valley a daunting task. Here are resources that can help.
  • May 29, 2007

    Innovation Agility

    by Kevin Dehoff and John Loehr
    The most versatile product development programs focus on essentials.
  • May 29, 2007

    The Ignorance of Crowds

    by Nicholas G. Carr
    The open source model can play an important role in innovation, but know its limitations.
  • May 29, 2007

    Nondestructive Creation

    by Glenn Hubbard
    Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps says that Joseph Schumpeter was wrong: Entrepreneurship can generate stable growth.
  • May 29, 2007

    Making Offshore Engineering Pay Off

    by Anil Verma and Serge Lambermont
    How some companies send design work overseas without fear of diminished quality or intellectual property theft.
  • February 28, 2007

    Lessons of the Last Bubble

    by Tim Laseter, David Kirsch, and Brent Goldfarb
    Smaller bets can make the next technological boom more productive and enduring.
  • January 30, 2007

    Seven Counterintuitive Trends

    by Dan Lewis
    Everyone expects turbulence, but few people are watching the most significant pressures that will confront industry this year.
  • January 23, 2007

    Innovation Takes Perspiration

    by Karen Otazo
    To foster invention, organizations need to build in a process for experimentation.