- The Art of Innovation: a Conversation with Steve Blank
- The Ambidextrous Organization
- Lean Innovation Management
- How Rigid Leaders Kill Their Companies
- Building an Ambidextrous Organisation by Julian Birkinshaw, Christina B. Gibson :: SSRN
A Summary of “Lead and Disrupt”
Companies don’t generally fail just because of competition; it’s out-of-touch leadership that kills them.
«The more firms engage in getting today’s work done, it actually reduces the probability of making shifts in innovation and strategy.»
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For a firm to succeed over the long term it needs to master two diametrically opposed qualities, adaptability and alignment - an attribute that is sometimes ref
Businesses need to optimise for the present whilst also designing and creating for the future. Ambidexterity can support innovation, but…
Interviewed by Martin Reeves
Established companies can develop radical innovations and protect their traditional businesses. The secret? Create organizationally distinct units that are tightly integrated at the senior executive level.
I’ve been working with large companies and the U.S. government to help them innovate faster– not just kind of fast, but 10x the number of initiatives in 1/5 the time. A 50x speedup kind of fa…
Customer Development & Secret History, Teaching at Stanford and Columbia
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