A Networked World is a More Random World from Strategy Speaks: a Peppers and Rogers Blog by Don Peppers     By their very nature, networks - of customers, Web sites, weather patterns, evolutionary systems, or economic competitors - are subject to random...
The Sharing Economy: “Upending Business as Usual” By Professor Albrecht Enders and Anouk Lavoie Orlick with Michelle Perrinjaquet Contributors: Andreas König and Christian Grobe   Over 50 participants from all over the world gathered at IMD in September 2015 to hear how the...
Image: Dave Gillespie (Bruce Mau) and Eva Kolenko (John Kao)   Bruce Mao: The Labor of Creativity A renowned designer of everything from carpets to soft drink packaging to planned communities says that creativity comes from going the extra miles. “Creativity has...
Factors > Span of Control The diversity and complexity of the work performed by the organization. The more diverse and complex, the narrower the span of control. The experience and quality level of the workforce Experienced people, who were well selected...
According to Gary Baker, to be a market leader and a company with a bright future, you need an organisational overarching purpose. Deloitte’s Core Beliefs and Culture Survey and HBR’s The Business Case for Purpose Report are just two of the many...
Three Enemies of Innovation Mar 05, 2010 - Everybody seems to agree that innovation is a good idea.  Nearly everyone also agrees that innovation is the best path to growth, profit and market dominance.  Anyone who would dispute those statements has...
Wednesday, January 02, 2013 Building and End to End Mobile Strategy.
This is a useful framework for evaluating the marketing strategy for a product. The Four P’s consist of: price ; product ; position/place; and promotion . 1. Price The pricing strategy employed by a firm for a particular good...
Global Leadership and Global Teams By Professor Martha L. Maznevski, Professor Charles Dhanaraj and Christopher Zintel with Lindsay McTeague   In May 2014, almost 100 executives attended an IMD Discovery Event that explored the topic of global leadership. In a highly interactive...
Customer trust may be the single most important asset any business can have, and two conditions must be met before a customer will trust you: Intent. The customer has to perceive that you have the right motive – that...
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