Sustainability is a key driver of innovation in business. But does calling it green create more harm than good? Could we speed the green economy by labeling it something else? And what is the magic word that will win the hearts of stakeholders and consumers?
Hot or cold is the difference between a fantastic meal or something utterly inedible. In the business world, these are the opportunities that are hot that will go cold if and when you don’t jump on them. At Symbio, we use the “eat it while it’s hot” analogy as one of the ways we help our team “get” Intrapreneurship...
Having the right approach to globalization will define successful leadership in 2010. While financial institutions toppled in 2009, new industries were born. While industry incumbents struggled to survive, new entrants thrived. It’s in the sharp corners of when industries and economies turn that new leaders emerge. Today’s leaders understand the importance of globalization. Globalization is one of the fundamental laws of business. If business were physics, then globalization would be its gravity.
Nokia is looking for new ways to compete, in a world where Apple has blurred the line between technology innovators and entertainment creators. Dave Stewart, co-founder of the 80's hit group Eurythmics, and Tero Ojanpera, Nokia's Executive Vice President of Services, form an unlikely pair, working to remake the cell phone as an artistic platform.