Editor’s note: This is a great story of the ups and downs of Lego, of change, innovation and creativity.
Editor’s note: Some good examples here of how companies are trying to transform themselves for the digital world.
The concept of purpose has driven an #innovation culture at #unilever, according to Geoff McDonald,…
Curated from blogs.brad.ac.uk ##innovation can start with small steps and these small steps will enable…
Editor’s note: Great analysis of the theory of disruptive innovation following its recent high profile critique by Jill Lepore.
Editor’s note: The internal report from The New York Times’s new ideas task force on how the paper could/should innovate in the digital era.
Editor’s note: This HBR factoid points to research that shows big incentives yield many mediocre ideas. Best stick with more modest incentives.
Editor’s note: A look at how technology – through platforms – is adding a genuinely new approach to innovation.
Editor’s note: Interesting to see how Lego has failed in its varies attempts to innovate.
Editor’s note: I think it fair to say that Google is pretty good at innovation. Here’s its approach to making it happen.
Editor’s note: Andrew Jacobs reflects on Disrupting Class by Clayton Christensen and the barriers to innovation.
Editor’s note: A good list of questions to ask the business – and to see how serious the business is about innovation.
Editor’s note: Look to the developing world for mobile innovation. Here is a great example of a forthcoming knowledge sharing service for farmers.
Editor’s note: Edmund Phelps, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Economics, Director of the Center on Capitalism and Society at Columbia University, and Dean of the New Huadu Business School at Minjiang University on what stops innovation.