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Executives who lead research and innovation are well placed to help their companies cut greenhouse gas emissions.
New research shows how companies can advance open innovation by integrating customers’ ideas into product development.
Digital collaboration can steer innovators down a disruptive or incremental path, depending on how they use the tools.
Giving more new ideas an opportunity to develop over time can give rise to unexpected breakthrough innovations.
Professional services firms with longevity hold lessons for others working to survive disruptions in turbulent markets.
The authors created a three-step framework aimed at helping leaders at incumbent companies identify and execute their deep-tech engagement strategies.
Even iconic products need updates to stay relevant, but businesses can retain loyal customers while attracting new ones.
Research finds fear of failure could keep an innovator from launching a new creative endeavor after an early success.
Many companies master new business ideation and incubation, but few follow a rigorous scaling path.
Many R&D employees pursue underground side projects. Surfacing such innovations can reap benefits for their employers.