A healthy innovation ecosystem nurtures the relationships between its elements. By manipulating those relationships, we can maximize the value of the ecosystem.
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The decision to continue, pivot, or kill a project should be made by the innovation team running the project, not the board that funds it.
If you already control everything, know everything, and can do everything, then you don’t need an innovation strategy. Otherwise, yes, you do.
Every company wants to grow, but focusing on the wrong corporate growth metric can kill your business.
To succeed at business model innovation, we need outside perspectives to bounce ideas off of and to challenge us.
Data mining can swallow you in a void of ones and zeros. Here’s how to break through the haze and find the most useful information.
Attracting talent to your innovation project means thinking of potential teammates as customers and writing a value proposition that targets them.
Taking your company through a digital transformation isn’t going to turn it into the next Google. What you want is exponential transformation.
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Understanding the role of customer retention as an engine of growth.