‘The inevitability of incremental innovation’

March 24, 2015

Advanced Learning

By Pedro do Carmo Costa, Exago’s director and co-founder

‘Incremental Innovation’

March 24, 2015

Advanced Learning

By Eric Nee, managing editor of the Stanford Social Innovation Review

‘Incremental Innovation Is Just As Powerful As Disruption’

March 24, 2015

Advanced Learning

By Tomasz Tunguz, venture capitalist at Redpoint and author of a blog about startups, fund raising and best practices for entrepreneurs

‘Incremental Innovation Vs. Disruptive Innovation debate’

March 24, 2015

Advanced Learning

By The Economist

‘Incremental Innovation Vs. Radical Innovation’

March 24, 2015

Advanced Learning

By the Incremental Innovation team

‘The power of incremental innovation’

March 24, 2015

Advanced Learning

By Sandeep Kishore, corporate VP and global head of sales and practice for Engineering and R&D Services at HCL Technologies

‘Effective idea selection is critical to systematic innovation’

March 24, 2015

Practitioners' Guide

By Robert B. Tucker, president of The Innovation Resource Consulting Group and author of ‘Driving Growth Through Innovation’

The Innovator’s Field Guide

March 23, 2015

Selected Books

PETER SKARZYNSKI AND DAVID CROSSWHITE, 2014 This step-by-step guide takes you through nine of the most important challenges you face in creating and sustaining value through innovation. With market tested methods and frameworks, Skarzynski and Crosswhite help managers embed innovation in their organisations’ DNA.

The Innovation Expedition

March 23, 2015

Selected Books

GIJS VAN WULFEN, 2013 Van Wulfen, one of the top 150 Influencers on LinkedIn, will have you at page one. With a vivid writing style, he shares his method for making innovation work, so that your company can progress and endure in this expedition.

Making Innovation Work: How to Manage It, Measure It, and Profit from It, Updated Edition

March 23, 2015

Selected Books

TONY DAVILA, MARC EPSTEIN, ROBERT SHELTON, 2005 The academic activity and consulting experience of the authors combine to inform corporate leaders of the best way to implement innovation and manage it. They present a thorough formal process proven to work at top companies such as HP, Toyota and Microsoft.