• What It Really Means To Be A Chief Innovation Officer
    HBR - Dec 8
    More people than ever before, irrespective of their function, now face the option of taking an innovation job. Read »
    1 week ago
  • 5 Leadership Lessons From A Failing Startup
    Business Insider - Dec 8
    We are slowly running out of money – we only recently began talks with investors and we are still a two-man show, and I am still studying. Have we grown – yes, but are we anywhere where we should be? No, and it has much... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Samsung’s Mobile CEO To Stay Despite Business...
    Computer World - Dec 1
    J.K. Shin, head of the underperforming mobile division, was expected to be moved out in an annual reshuffle Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • 4 CEOs Who Are Making Frugal Innovation Work
    HBR - Dec 1
    Frugal innovation is a disruptive growth strategy that aims to create significantly more business and social value while drastically reducing the use of scarce resources such as energy, capital, and time. Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • What Cloud Computing Means To Your Job
    NYT - Nov 24
    Technology has been accused of making many a job disappear, like the production line or the accounting office. And it is not done yet. A company often resembles its communication and technology system. In the era of cloud... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • Why Your Company Keeps Killing Big Ideas
    Forbes - Nov 14
    Just after speaking at a conference last week, I was approached by a gentleman who introduced himself as a “newly minted and incredibly afraid chief innovation officer.” He had started as many of us do, with big ideas... Read »
    1 month ago
  • 7 Things Venture Capitalists Wish CEOs Knew
    CEO.com - Nov 14
    Turning an idea into a real product might be one of the most exhausting, time-consuming and frustrating processes for any entrepreneur, but it’s often second to raising the capital necessary to scale a company into a... Read »
    1 month ago
  • 6 Unexpected Ways To Boost Productivity
    CEO.com - Nov 12
    “Companies are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century workplace practices and programs,” posit the authors of a Towers Watson study. “And the cracks in the foundation are starting to show in both small and... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Does Your Company Need To Embrace A New Niche?
    CEO.com - Nov 10
    When you think of Disney, do images of “Snow White” and “Bambi” pop into your head? For decades, Disney’s continued success was rooted in its bread and butter: feature films. While the company dipped its toe into... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Memo To The CEO: Why Are We Finding It So Hard To...
    Forbes - Nov 7
    I share your frustration with the “strategic plans” we have been offered – they are no more than cautious extrapolations of what we’re currently doing. Read »
    1 month ago
  • What Your Brain Looks Like When You Innovate
    CEO.com - Nov 6
    During this year’s Innovation Leadership Summit, a top innovator from Converse shared insights on his team’s success with new product introductions. He remarked that “love is a big piece of it.” The Converse... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Google CEO Larry Page Explains Why He’s...
    Business Insider - Oct 27
    Google founder and CEO Larry Page considers the company a teenager, but he want to make sure that it stays innovative even as it creeps into adulthood. Read »
    1 month ago
  • You Have To Walk The Talk
    Fast Company - Oct 27
    Listening to Hiro Takeuchi talk, it's like talking to a voice from the future. "The world is in flux," he says, "and the only constant is the drastic change that is coming." Read »
    1 month ago
  • Why The C-Suite Needs Big Data Analytics
    CEO.com - Oct 24
    Every CEO is on the lookout for new insights that will help keep his or her company viable. In recent years, big data analytics has become critical to the way business leaders make high-level decisions. According to... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Here’s Why A Quarter Of The World’s...
    Business Insider - Oct 23
    "Studying engineering gives someone a practical, pragmatic orientation," Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria told HBR. Read »
    1 month ago