Innovation Library

Gary Hamel: What I mean when I talk about innovation

Gary Hamel: What I mean when I talk about innovation

Gary Hamel is intent on shaking up the very foundations of management. He explains why to Stuart Crainer. (Stuart Crainer, Gary Hamel)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding

Gary Dushnitsky explores the realities of crowdfunding – from its four common forms to the continuing importance of friends, family and followers – with Dan Marom, co-author of The Crowdfunding Revolution. (Gary Dushnitsky)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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    • Read

Use the crowd as your innovation partner

To answer the most vexing innovation and research questions, crowds are becoming the partner of choice. But despite a growing list of success stories, only a few companies use crowds effectively — or much at all.

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    • Social Innovation
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Traditional strategy is dead. Welcome to the social era.

Traditional strategy is dead. Welcome to the social era.

The technologies and innovations of the social era have introduced radical changes to the way we do business. In 2014, companies around the world will be confronting a number of new challenges. (Costas Markides)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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Corporate Social Innovation

Deloitte’s Heather Hancock and London Business School’s Ioannis Ioannou talk about social innovation and the challenges it faces. (Ioannis Ioannou)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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Social Innovation - Professor Ioannis Ioannou

Social Innovation - Professor Ioannis Ioannou

What is Social Innovation? Why is Social Innovation important? What will it take for Social Innovation to become global and mainstream? (Ioannis Ioannou)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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Radical new product innovation

Radical new product innovation

Costas Markides discusses innovation, in particular radical new product innovation (Costas Markides)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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    • Watch
Managing ethically in corrupt environments

Managing ethically in corrupt environments

Companies seeking to expand their global presence are increasingly entering emerging markets. However,the rules for doing business are not always the same in less developed countries. (John Mullins)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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    • Read
How micro-entrepreneurs could change the world

How micro-entrepreneurs could change the world

While the world routinely extols people like Richard Branson and Bill Gates, there is a much larger world of entrepreneurship to be found in emerging markets. Rajesh Chandy and Om Narasimhan explain how micro-entrepreneurs may be a major factor in the return of a robust global economy. (Rajesh Chandy, Om Narasimhan)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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    • Read
The long game

The long game

January sees the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting at Davos. But what should the leaders of the world be discussing? London Business School faculty make their suggestions. (Stuart Crainer)

  • Theme:
    • Social Innovation
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    • Read