We made a mistake, fixed it, learned from it, and were surprised by the positive consequences.
Startups are a lot like poker in that much of the information you need is hidden from you. In this version of Startup Poker, learn how to calibrate your business model to the market you’re chasing.
The decisions made by Innovation boards hold the keys to a company’s future. Those decisions should be measured as rigorously as the projects themselves.
Corporate innovation projects need to account for the hidden investor: middle managers who lose resources from their day-to-day operations.
When calculating the costs of your innovation program, don’t forget to include opportunity costs — the money you’re not making by doing something else.
Successful innovation accounting requires applying the right metrics to the right categories: individuals, teams, projects, portfolios, and ecosystems.
A carbon-neutral economy is inevitable. If we don’t have an innovation strategy that elevates both the economy and the environment, we will be left in the dust.
How to properly fill out a 2×2 risk prioritization matrix.
Entrepreneurs serious about making progress need to think like hackers and do whatever it takes to get in front of customers.
Your innovation program should be the right one for your company, but it doesn’t have to be wholly original. There’s a time to create, and a time to borrow.