Created in conjunction with the Innovation Programmes, our professionally researched summaries of the latest in business and management innovation, drawn from the finest practitioner and academic presses globally, keep you at the forefront of innovation.
When looking to embed high performance and change, and improve areas such as creativity and innovation, there are important distinctions for leaders to make between climate and culture.Read More »
Researchers from London Business School emphasise the significance, especially for established firms, of developing a new digital mindset to stay competitive. They describe it as a ‘fast/forward’ mindset. Fast, in this context, means alert, agile, experimental and capable of decisive action. Forward means proactive and searching, and it also means seeking to create a meaningful connection with customers and other business partners.Read More »
Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications refer to autonomous communication between devices or machines. Advances in these areas are well underway, and they bring major new and different leadership and management challenges.Read More »
Although open innovation can help companies tackle complex business problems that they can’t solve on their own, pushing problems to a vast group of strangers can seem risky to many managers. But excluding crowdsourcing from the corporate innovation tool kit could mean losing a great opportunity.Read More »