Innovation Leader Print Magazine

Packed with Innovation Leader’s award-winning content, our print magazine continues our mission of providing useful guidance, comparables, case studies, tactics, and strategies for innovation and R&D leaders at large corporations. The next issue shows up on our members’ desks in late May.

In our Spring 2017 issue:

  • Top Cities for Corporate Innovation
  • The Product: NRG‘s Portable Power Kiosk
  • 10 Things That Kill Innovation Initiatives
  • “Go Where You’re Loved”: Rolling Out Lean Startup at Intuit
  • Why “Gretzky’s Rule” Doesn’t Work for Product Innovators
  • BMW Bets Big on the Future of Transportation
  • Why the L.A. Dodgers are Running a ‘Training Camp’ for Startups
  • Advice from Innosight: How Can You Spot Tomorrow’s Disruptions, Today?
  • At Honda’s Silicon Valley Lab, Striking Partnerships with Apple, Google, and Visa
  • How GE Fuse is Cultivating an Online Community
  • Saint-Gobain Seeks Startup Partnerships and Sustainable Technologies
  • Inside Piaggio’s New Robotics Lab in Boston
  • A New Initiative Inside J&J Focuses on Diabetes, Before the Diagnosis
  • Harvard’s Karim Lakhani on Overcoming Resistance to Crowdsourcing
  • Comparison Chart: Online Training Options
  • Advice from Imaginatik: How Do You Make Idea Challenges Repeatable?
  • Excerpts from our latest research, events calendar, and more!

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The magazine reaches 25,000 execs focused on innovation within their corporation, with titles such as:

  • Chief Innovation Officer
  • SVP and VP Research & Development (R&D)
  • SVP and VP of New Product Development
  • SVP and VP Engineering
  • SVP and VP Strategy
  • Chief Digital Officer
  • SVP and VP Innovation
  • Lab Head and Director, Innovation Lab
  • Director of New Ventures
  • Plus directors and team members focused on product innovation, business-model innovation, open innovation, and other types of service and brand innovation.

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