Why do some products and services become popular with consumers, while others seem to fade along the sidelines? Three important factors play a role in whether or not something stands the chance of "making it." They include price, availability, and quality. But while together, and sometimes even separately, those elements make a difference...
HBR's 10 MUST READS ON INNOVATION WITH AUDIO
- Innovative ideas are not just something new, they provide value and solve problems.
- It takes "buy-in" from an organization to support innovation.
- Understanding customer's needs are critical to design new products.
- Change requires analysis and testing just like any other experimental effort.
CORPORATE INNOVATION, HOW TO FIX IT WITH AUDIO
Learn how to execute an innovation initiative within your organization.
"Ongoing operations is a world of 90% data, 10% unknowns. A bold innovation initiative, on the other hand, might be just the reverse: 10% data and 90% unknowns."
“Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason, mastery demands all of a person.” - Albert Einstein
Do you ever feel that you have unfulfilled potential just waiting to be unleashed? The mastery of your existing skills and abilities can propel you towards success in your field if you’re able to harness your potential.
Take the mystery out of entrepreneurship and innovation with this book. The author provides a series of case studies to demonstrate that the best innovations are those that emanate from understanding the root cause of the changes that naturally occur around us. With case studies from McDonald's to Macy's, Peter Drucker drive home the point that adapting to our environment is one of the best ways to innovate.