By combining two simple metrics, companies can gain valuable insights into their innovation performance.
This is not a theoretical framework, it is a practical behavioral approach to measuring the decision activities inside companies.
Long-term, trust-based stakeholder partnerships is the key driver for shareholder value and the capacity for reinvention and innovation.
Public institutions can turn remarkable short-term efforts into meaningful long-term results.
There’s a gap between how executives and other employees view curiosity.
Boards with strong innovation processes tend to be the ones that are performing well on all fronts.
Let us recognize curiosity as the key to innovation and cultivate it as a natural driving force.
New research shows there are clear benefits to strengthening the complex environments that enable place-based innovation.
Smaller teams move faster, iterate at a higher frequency, and innovate more for the company.
The public sector shouldn’t be on the bleeding edge of innovation. It should focus on integrating proven tools.