Gary Dushnitsky

Gary Dushnitsky

Gary Dushnitsky is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School and Academic Director of the Deloitte Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

 

In the innovation library

How do big companies innovate?

Is innovation strictly for small companies and nimble start-ups or can big companies do it too? In this panel discussion from London Business School’s 2011 Global Leadership Summit, five leading figures, including 3M CEO George Buckley, look at the steps required to turn a large organisation into a source of innovation. (Gary Dushnitsky)

  • Theme:
    • Corporate
  • Type:
    • Talks

The compensation/ performance equation

Gary Dushnitsky, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Zur Shapira, ‘Entrepreneurial finance meets organisational reality: Comparing investment practices and performance of corporate and independent venture capitalists’ (Gary Dushnitsky)

  • Theme:
    • Corporate
  • Type:
    • Research Articles

Riding the next wave of corporate venture capital

How can established companies harness the innovative power of entrepreneurial ventures? Corporate venture capital is increasingly the answer as more and more corporations use it as a key component of their innovation strategy. Gary Dushnitsky examines its resurgence. (Gary Dushnitsky)

  • Theme:
    • Investment
  • Type:
    • Research Articles

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