Category: Strategy

What China Must Do to Innovate

Innovation is an essential ingredient to the growth and success of China’s economy. The use of methods such as Systematic Inventive Thinking will accelerate that growth. But where should China focus its innovation efforts? Continue reading

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Strategy& 2014 Global Innovation 1000 Study: For the 10th year, Strategy& analyzed R&D investment at the 1,000 biggest-spending public companies in the world. In addition to undertaking our recurring analysis of R&D spending trends, we interviewed and surveyed more than 500 R&D executives and innovation leaders to get their perspectives on changes in innovation at their companies over the last decade and what they expect in the 10 years to come. Continue reading

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A Great Way to Innovate at Any Age

A great way to innovate is to take an idea from another place and be the first to apply it in your field. Take as an example the assembly line… Continue reading

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Innovation Excellence is looking ahead to the 2014 Open Innovation Summit “Ride the wave of Exponential Open Innovation” in Chicago October 30-31. We’ve checked out the great line-up of Open Innovation and industry practitioners, and are asking ourselves – and you: What questions should we be asking these 2014 Open Innovation Leaders? Continue reading

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Crowdsourced Innovation

Crowdsourcing? The reality today reflects what the writers of the visionary and iconoclastic Cluetrain Manifesto envisioned fifteen years ago: the marketplace has become a worldwide conversation. Continue reading

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A lot goes on in our brain that we are unaware of, but that can impact the success or failure of innovations. Today I’ll discuss ‘hidden’ multisensory integration, what it is, and some ways to leverage it. Continue reading

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While the PR on Big Data suggests that it is the newest and holiest grail for strategists, marketers, product developers, and business decision-makers of all stripes, a new hybrid intelligence is emerging from the smoke and mirrors — one that may be prove to be a little more practical and actionable: Product Intelligence. Continue reading

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