Veteran corporate innovator Russell Rogers talks with two of the authors of the new book Corporate Explorer, about metrics, C-level support, and whether there is a “right” number of ideas to collect and cultivate. Includes a PDF excerpt from the book.
Alex Slawsby of InnoLead and Jack Elkins of SideKick Innovation sit down to discuss how mobile-first content consumption, online betting, and non-fungible tokens are impacting the world of professional sports.
Transcript Scott Kirsner: Hey, I’m Scott Kirsner, CEO and Co-Founder of InnoLead, and really glad to have Pete Dulcamara with us today from Kimberly-Clark. Pete, I’d love to just hear a little bit about your role at the company, and the team that you oversee. Pete Dulcamara: Yeah, absolutely. Hey...
Trying to make something new happen inside a big, established organization is never easy. Eric Haseltine and Chris Gilbert’s new book, “Riding the Monster: Five Ways to Innovate Inside Bureaucracies,” provides a guide to avoiding the gnashing teeth of the corporate machine, rather than getting chewed up and spit out.
In this installment: the launch of a disruptive new innovation consulting firm; Clubhouse starts attracting more than just Silicon Valley cool kids; and traditional automakers playing catchup on electric vehicles.