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Innovation needs to follow a disciplined process to avoid creating solutions looking for problems.
Businesses in China source more innovations from customers and market-facing sources than companies elsewhere do.
Leaders can improve the odds of design-thinking success by first ensuring that their organization is prepared for it.
Connecting companies to clusters of startups, researchers, and investors can accelerate corporate innovation.
Leaders must answer eight questions to successfully tackle innovation’s toughest trade-offs.
By applying neural insights to innovation, businesses can create memorable experiences that customers want to repeat.
Multinationals must understand the forces driving both digital globalization and localization to optimize innovation.
Articulating an emotionally engaging higher purpose for their companies helps leaders drive innovation.
Research points to three barriers to deep-tech corporate venturing success that chief innovation officers can overcome.
Make better choices about which R&D projects gain funding by managing bias and involving more people.