As the world begins to open up and I’m back on the speaking circuit, a question I get asked again and again is how one can tell when a once-robust competitive advantage is starting to… Read more »
How LEGO used Agile Principles to Accelerate Innovation
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCXMx7RcZ5I Agile methods – in which work is done in parallel by cross-functionally staffed teams – has been the subject of a lot of hype. How refreshing, then, to discover examples of firms… Read more »
A secret ingredient for competitive advantage? Good jobs.
Call it a great resignation, a great inspiration or a great rethinking, it’s clear that with respect to work life for many people things are never going to be the same as in the ‘before… Read more »
Uncertain about the future? A well-defined strategy can help
The word “strategy” has come to mean anything in an organization that is important. But great strategies drive real purpose and decision-making. Define one that is meaningful, and you can guide real-time choice-making across your… Read more »
You asked, We Answered: Questions on Ecosystems with Dartmouth’s Ron Adner
Drop in on the chat portion of last week’s Friday Fireside Chat with Dartmouth Professor Ron Adner, in which we discuss the concepts from his new book, “Winning the Right Game: How to Disrupt, Defend and… Read more »
Think you Know Who Your Competition Is? Think Again!
In a world where we’re going from industries to arenas, how you define the competitive playing field can either give you an edge or set you back. If you believe the strategy textbooks, you would… Read more »