Disruptive innovation is the key to achieving growth in a fast-changing world, according to Harvard Business School Professor Clay Christensen.
Charles Leadbeater, global advisor and leading authority on creativity and innovation, presents a powerful new model of social change called “frugal innovation”.
This Harvard Business Review video neatly explains the concept of Marketing Myopia, first coined by ex HBR editor Theodore Levitt.
MOOC provider FutureLearn have a new course starting this week, entitled Innovation: The Keys to Business Success. The course has been created by Leeds University, and features case studies provided by Marks & Spencer.
Eric Ries is the author of The Lean Startup, a business book detailing methods popular with Silicon Valley startups for rapidly testing new business ideas. For the past two years he’s been advising GE…
Speculation has focused on what’s been called ‘the biggest IPO in history’, though less than afforded to IPOs of Facebook & Twitter. Perhaps because this tech giant is still largely unknown outside China.
In recent times the British supermarket industry has been challenged by upstarts who don’t play by the old rules. Aldi and Lidl demonstrated principles of disruptive innovation. Here are some of the most powerful…
There are many lessons to be learned when high profile innovations fail, but one which occurs repeatedly is the awkward gap between conception and delivery, during which the world can change dramatically.
Being told to be good, green and healthy is perhaps as useful as being told to be creative. That’s why we spoke to We Are What We Do: a not-for-profit behaviour change company dedicated to tackling major social and environmental issues – without being all preachy about it.
If you need proof that creativity works with serious issues, Forum for the Future has it, and it’s Claire Wyatt’s job to find ways to communicate their tough messages creatively.
Brimming with ideas and can’t stay focused on one thing at a time? That could be your best route to success, says Makeshift co-founder Stef Lewandowski. His way out of a creative block? “Go and do something really naughty.”
Creative Destruction is the silver lining in our tough economic times, some would have us believe. There is nothing like a bit of clearing out the old to make way for innovation and that’s exactly what the recession is doing. Or is it?