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  Six Innovation Pain Points and How to Overcome Them

Tietz, Matthias A.; Wong, Matthew A.; Rao, Jay; Chuán, Fran; Weintraub, Joseph Innovation can be a painful process, as the authors discovered from their survey of more than 20,000 employees in 140 firms. In asking what they did well and what needed to be improved, they identified six key pain points that often get in the way of innovation, and they propose remedies to build a strong, flourishing organizational culture of innovation. Read article

  How prepared is your business to make the most of AI?

Zamora, Javier; Herrera, Pedro To make the most of AI, you need to know the basics: what data do you need, and do you have the right people in place? Read article

  Corporate venturing: how to boost speed while reducing costs

Prats, Mª Julia; Siota, Josemaria; Martinez-Monche, Isabel; Martínez, Yair When can you expect results? How much does each opportunity cost? Over 120 innovation executives shared their corporate venturing experiences. The results are compiled in a study that can help debunk common myths and benchmark your firm's performance. Read article

  The iPhone effect: consumer pressure transforming IT governance

Gregory, Robert Wayne; Káganer, Evgeny; Henfridsson, Ola; Ruch, Thierry Jean Research by IESE's Robert W. Gregory and Evgeny Kaganer shows how widespread technology adoption is opening up -- and revolutionizing -- corporate IT governance, particularly when the pressure comes from consumers. Read article

  A book for all your New Year's resolutions

This year, hold yourself accountable to all your professional goals. Read article

  4 keys to improve Europe's security and defense

Terrorism, tensions and geopolitical shifts are renewing interest in regional security. Jorge Domecq, Chief Executive of the European Defense Agency, shares four action items to build a stronger European defense. Read article

  Media moves from showtime to screen time

Valor Sabatier, Josep; Arroyo, Carmen; Lee, Kimberley The media industry is experiencing tumultuous times, with the blurring of the boundaries that used to separate many products and formats. So much is morphing into "screen time" now, a concept that is upending media's traditional business models. Read article

  5 Keys to Business in the Digital Age

Valor Sabatier, Josep Risks or opportunities? Josep Valor analyzes five fundamental concepts of the digital economy and poses questions for reflection to help evaluate whether they present a threat or opportunity for your company. Read article

  Evidence of Intelligent Life Found on Earth

Ferradans, Hugo; Tapia, Albert; Rodríguez Planas, Miquel; Banal Estanol, Albert; Ricart, Joan Enric Applying new smart solutions to the world's cities is changing the energy sector. A 2018 report analyzes this transformation and its implications via 29 projects currently underway in urban zones on five continents. Read article

  Harnessing the Crowd in the Age of the Machine Premium

IESE Insight In this interview, MIT research scientist Andrew McAfee unpacks six core principles for harnessing crowd-based co-creation. Amid growing fears of machines' vastly superior computing power, it's worth bearing in mind that human abilities, excellent goods and services, and strong organizational capabilities will likely remain essential to business success. Read article
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