MIT 2006 Innovations in Management conference showcases MIT Sloan School of Management faculty research that has a direct bearing on the innovation process and its implications for corporate performance.
This book of Peter A. Gloor introduces to the concept of Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs), which are powerful engines of contemporary innovation. Using real-life examples the book shows how to use COINs to develop successful products in R & D, grow better customer relationships, establish better project management, and build higher-performing teams.
Speed is emerging as the ultimate competitive weapon, reports the latest cover story in the BusinessWeek magazine.
According to the article some of the world’s most successful companies are proving to be expert at spotting new opportunities, marshalling their forces, and bringing to market new products or services in a flash.
In current global business environment, most of the enterprises are searching for places that can produce and develop each component or deliverable cost effectively and most efficiently.
The article entitled “Knowledge Creation through Networked Strategic Communities: Case Studies on New Product Development in Japanese Companies” provides a new point of view regarding the knowledge management of new product development, a high-tech field requiring the merging and integration of different technologies.
Claudia Bernett, from Frog Design, writes about a new trend in the digital product’s development process where companies and consumers are coming together in a new kind of collaboration that is radically reshaping the business landscape.