Learn how to leapfrog the bottlenecks in emerging markets.
Learn the techniques digital natives use to get ahead.
Six principles that put users first and rebuild trust.
Realise 3D's potential and prepare for your future.
Finding the right slack model to suit your organisation.
Mix six key ingredients to flavour the perfect reinvention.
Provide structure that doesn't stifle creativity.
Solutions to ten issues that may be holding you back.
Improve decision making and product development.
Apply your technology to new markets.
This new approach focuses on questions, not answers.
Take threats seriously and change the way you do business.
Here’s how to avoid some of the most common pitfalls.
How to get ahead of the innovation game.
Five pitfalls to avoid at all costs if you want digital success.
Plan ahead so you can live to fight another day.
Identify and banish the practices that are damaging your business.
How to stay ahead of the curve so you can take advantage of it.
Read these tips if you're thinking of starting a side project this year.
How to build an ambitious new ecosystem in the developing world.
Why eradicating hierarchy can be bad for innovation.
Improve cyber security while encouraging staff to be more inquisitive and imaginative.
Focus on stories – not spreadsheets – to make the most of the big data revolution.
Embrace corporate sustainability to drive growth and protect the planet.
Don’t just jump on the bandwagon. Avoid these traps and make social tools work for your firm.
Use these four guiding principles to define your vision and inspire your teams.
Augmented reality is the new digital revolution.
Here’s what it is, what it can do, and how to plan for it.
Today, avoiding risk is the riskiest proposition of all.
Learn to embrace uncertainty and build a sense of shared ownership with management to foster innovation.
Innovation is often viewed as more art than science.
Here's a structured approach to developing new products, using ‘patient’ and ‘impatient’ innovation strategies.
Design thinking may be the go-to approach for positive change, but all too often it fails to deliver.
Discover the key steps to help your company use design thinking effectively.
Your company must foster a culture of innovation in order to take advantage of the recent resurgence of corporate R&D departments.
Here's how to create an innovation culture in your firm.
The global economy is coalescing around a few digital superpowers. A winner-take-all world is emerging where economic power is now concentrated in the hands of a few digital “hub firms”.
Here’s how you can push back.
Digitisation is ushering in a dramatic change to the infrastructure underlying industrial civilisation.
If you want to be a leader of the “next industrial revolution”, you must act now.
Could an excessive reliance on data analysis be limiting your company’s scope for imagination and innovation?
Management is more than just a science; discover an alternative approach to business strategy.
For continued success in our digitally driven age, your company’s culture needs some close scrutiny.
It’s up to you to take a strong lead rather than hold out for an organic organisational shift.
When you develop new technologies you can never be sure how the market will respond. Yet the future of a given technology is not as unforeseeable as it might seem.
Here's a three-step method to help you anticipate the next development in your industry. This exercise isn’t just for high-tech firms; it’s been used with managers from grocery stores to hospitals.
The onward march of digitisation will change the nature of the game for everyone – including your company – over the next ten years.
It's time to recognise and accept this impending change and create a gameplan for a borderless economy.
Here are your four new critical priorities.
Five of the ten most valuable companies in the world – Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft – get much of their worth from their “multisided platforms”.
Writing for Harvard Business Review, Andrei Hagiu and Elizabeth J Altman outline four ways you can turn your products and services into a platform, and examine the strategic advantages and pitfalls of each.
Build creative dissonance into your team and you’ll turbocharge digital innovation.
If there’s one trait humans possess that artificial intelligence (AI) does not, it’s the ability to think outside the box.
To profit from AI’s ability to accelerate innovation, build your team around creatives who, collectively, combine these six contrasting personalities.
People think of innovation as a fast-moving process that brings about large-scale change almost overnight.
But there is an alternative. A low-key approach which takes effect gradually over a much longer term. And it’s called “slow innovation”.
For innovation to thrive, you must create space for open, free-form interaction and engagement.
Get it right – build and nurture innovation-friendly networks – and the ideas will flow.
The future of global business is digital. But cross-border barriers make doing business ever more complex.
Here’s how to adapt and thrive in a fragmented world.
In order to unlock the full potential of digital technologies and achieve “digital transformation”, your company must foster a digital leadership structure, writes Stijn Viaene for The European Business Review.
The aim is to enable your company to identify opportunities and take advantage of them quicker than your competitors.
Elon Musk’s success is down to more than just hard work, the ability to visualise the future and a ‘never say die’ attitude.
Elon Musk is CEO and CTO of SpaceX, co-founder, CEO and chairman of Tesla Inc, co-founder of OpenAI and founder and CEO of Neuralink. He is worth US$15.3bn.
How has the 45-year-old entrepreneur achieved all of this in such a short space of time?
If you don’t know what the demand windows for your products are, not enough of your customers will be demanding them.
“The most predictable characteristic of today’s consumers may be their variability,” say Emre Sucu, Matt Egol, and Edward C. Landry writing for Strategy+Business. The predictable customer of a certain age, gender and postal code is a thing of a past.
The idea that large companies are slow to innovate is a myth. In fact, they may be too innovative for their own good.
We have all heard of well-established businesses ignoring the potential of new technologies. By the time they take the new technology seriously they have been disrupted by it, and small, fast-moving startups have taken over. This is the way many people believe disruption works.
Create customer loyalty by making your products habit-forming rather than innovative.
Marketers spend a lot of time and money trying to make products stand out so they’ll be chosen. But what if novelty has the opposite effect? Writing in Harvard Business Review, A.G. Lafley and Roger L. Martin argue that you should offer customers not the perfect choice but the easy one.
Companies must avoid routine thinking and behaviour and embrace wholesale transformation to ensure they remain at the top of their game.
Your company’s way of doing business might have brought success for 20 years. It might still work today. But routine leads to complacency, and in the world of business, complacency can be deadly.