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    Medicine can Teach Business and Government a Powerful Innovation Lesson

    August 1, 2016 | By: | In: Enabling Factors

    Many companies develop their new products in secret and behind their own closed doors. They then launch their radical new approach with a fanfare of marketing expenditure. They are often disappointed. Paul Sloane looks at how organizations can harness the power of randomized control trials to drive successful innovation.

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    Survival of The Fittest

    December 14, 2015 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    Based on our work with pioneering enterprises in Silicon Valley and around the globe we have learned a great deal about what makes innovation prosper. This article reveals some surprising insights on how prepared our institutions are to successfully compete for the future.

  • Measure the Maturity of Your Idea-to-Launch Process

    Measure the Maturity of Your Idea-to-Launch Process

    February 3, 2014 | By: | In: Strategies

    We know that innovation capability is a critical driver of strategic growth targets. We also know that innovation success is not a one-time occurrence, but the result of an organization’s ability to conceive, develop and commercialize new products and services on a sustainable basis. In this article Dr. Scott J. Edgett discusses a model for measuring if your organization has a mature innovation process with well-internalized innovation capabilities.

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