Innovation Library

Embrace the cleantech revolution or die

Embrace the cleantech revolution or die

London Business School’s CleanTech Challenge encourages students to develop new science solutions to global problems.

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Betting against the crowd

Betting against the crowd

The wisdom of crowds doesn’t always apply, suggests new research from Kevin Boudreau and Lars Bo Jeppesen. (Steve Coomber )

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TEDxLBS: Magic

TEDxLBS: Magic

Check out some highlights of the TEDxLBS 2014 conference held at the Royal Geographical Society on 25th April 2014. The theme was Magic and it encompassed a wide range of inspiring speakers and thought provoking discussions.

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The next tech revolution: Busting bureaucracy

The next tech revolution: Busting bureaucracy

Over the past 20 years, nothing has transformed business as thoroughly or as frequently as information technology. Gary Hamel, Visiting Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, talks about the MIX. (Gary Hamel)

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How high-tech market rules have shaped Apple and Samsung's strategies

High-tech markets have their own unique set of competition rules, writes Julian Birkinshaw, professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, London Business School. (Julian Birkinshaw)

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Putting the market to the test

Retailers’ loyalty programmes had grown far beyond their early origins into a burgeoning phenomenon and smartphone usage was on the rise globally. Habibbhai and Hauge set out to test the market. (John Mullins)

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    • Technology
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The truth about retargeting

The truth about retargeting

Dynamic retargeting is a way in which companies can design advertisements for individual consumers based on the products these consumers’ have before viewed on the company’s website. But does it work? This research paper investigates and produces some surprising findings about consumer behaviour. (Anja Lambrecht, Catherine Tucker)

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Read my tips

Read my tips

John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, has long been associated with the world of entrepreneurship. What are his favourite books on the subject? Here are 10 that he selected if you’d like a start-up plan for upgrading your entrepreneurial library. (John Mullins)

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Stephen Leonard on innovation

Stephen Leonard on innovation

‘Innovation in multiple dimensions’ – Stephen Leonard, Chief Executive, IBM UK and Ireland, describes how IBM drives innovation both within and outside the organisation. (Stephen Leonard)

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    • Technology
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Consumer trends to track

Consumer trends to track

From bling to Twitter, London Business School marketing professor Nirmalya Kumar identifies the trends transforming the world. (Nirmalya Kumar)

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    • Technology
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Related Results

Hacking it – a weekend of ideas

Hacking it – a weekend of ideas

In an era of rapid change, merging industries, disruptive innovations and developed markets, opportunities to launch ideas have never been better. London Business School (LBS) has an extensive network of successful entrepreneurs and a long history of sparking ideas among corporate business leaders. Capturing the entrepreneurial spirit of the School and reinforcing it as a place of ideas, was the first ever student-led Hackathon event held in May.

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    • Entrepreneurs
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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)

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    • Social Innovation
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Innovating without protection

Innovating without protection

New research proposes that refraining from patenting innovations could increase a firm’s prospects. (Steve Coomber )

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    • Investment
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