The potential for anti-competitive behavior and collusion not only exists within ecosystems, but also across ecosystems and Keystone leaders, and has the potential to not only negatively impact consumers, but also many other stakeholders of these organizations.
Each type of innovation requires different, often opposing, structures, cultures, and processes. Thus, to become ambidextrous, companies must create a balanced mix of all three, each a leg in a three-legged stool.
Major shifts are required in leadership awareness and in how organizations are run and managed in order to solve the complex issues facing today’s business.
The IBM Watson team identified the healthcare industry, which represents approximately 1/7th of the U.S. economy, as a market opportunity with tremendous potential.
In today’s world of increasing complexity, unpredictability, and rapid pace there is more demand for innovation than corporations are currently able to meet.
Professor Charla Griffy-Brown interviews Ed White, Owner, de Novo Consulting, about leadership and innovation in today’s environment. De Novo Consulting specializes in strategic planning, facilitation, and leadership coaching.
The Internet and Globalization: Ten Tips to Building an Effective Digital Strategy for Global Success
What does the Internet, globalization, and digital media have in common and why does it matter to global organizations? This article evaluates the relationship.
Is innovation just a convenient buzzword? Or, is it a paradigm-changing force that allows companies to compete on the global stage? The true answer might be a little bit of both.
Work is becoming less formalized, more complex, and more improvisational.
The Book Corner offers reviews by Graziadio School faculty on a variety of books on business topics.
An interview with author Keith McFarland offers insight in business strategy and reveals why he is on the list of top business thinkers.
What does it take to write a good business plan? What should entrepreneurs avoid? Should business plans be put on hold until the economy picks up?
There is something abuzz in the software industry from customers and developers alike and it is called Software as a Service, or SaaS for short.
An overview of lessons in strategic leadership from a recent study of five benchmark organizations:Caterpillar, Cisco Systems, PepsiCo, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Washington Group International.
A discussion of network groups hold in corporate settings and the potential impact that Generation Y managers may have regarding such groups.
Innovation, performance, and healthy communication flourish in a “bully-free” environment.
War stories and project meetings create a context in which teams can move from the old to the new.
New organizational models can help a firm commercialize ideas that would otherwise languish.