Tag Archives: R&D
To Be More Open, Companies Need to Let Go

By Michelle L. Grainger How can be “letting go” lead to more open innovation? The way author and business professor Terri Griffith sees it, managers who want to be strategic about open innovation need to let go of practices that … Read More

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InnovationLit: Entrepreneurship, Global Innovation, Cutting R&D, Building Capabilities, Robots, Warby Parker, & More

By Mike Wolff The Future of Entrepreneurship: Millennials and Boomers Chart the Course for 2020; Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Feb. 2015. “By many measures, entrepreneurship is enjoying a renaissance,” begins this assessment of the current state of entrepreneurship. But it quickly … Read More

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When Complacency and Arrogance Rule

By Anil K. Gupta “None of these are pathological companies,” Anil K. Gupta told The Wall Street Journal in December 2014 after IBM, Walmart and other big companies posted disappointing financial results. Prof. Gupta is the Michael Dingman Chair in … Read More

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