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Leaders must prod themselves free from the powerful emotional forces that prevent them from a readiness to respond to and innovate in crisis.
Volvo, Samsung and BNP Paribas can teach us some novel ways to innovate faster on tighter budgets.
Change will continue to shape a new corporate landscape. Forward-looking corporations take location more seriously than ever, making site selection and community engagement a centerpiece of their overall corporate strategy. Location, after all, is everything.
Success in today’s challenging & unpredictable conditions demands that we move faster while doing more with less. To get there, enterprise leaders need to challenge traditional workforce divisions, such as technical versus nontechnical. Everyone must rethink where innovation comes from.
According to a study, 92 percent of companies showed a high interest in platforms that unify data collected by, and used across, all intelligent technologies and business processes.
Earlier this year, Teck Resources, one of Canada’s biggest oil sands miners, announced a goal of achieving carbon neutrality in its operations by 2050.
In the past, corporate America has often let moments of change pass by. As a CEO and a board member of one of the nation’s leading financial services firms, we pledge this time will be different.
It is in this moment of uncertainty that a resilient leader can seize the day with the passion of an explorer, identifying new opportunities as the waves of a tsunami rock the shore of the business environment.
Bottom line? Successful companies cannot innovate from the inside, so they must do it from the outside, any and every way they can. This is The Innovator’s Alternative.
3M is collaborating with the Sikes Lab to jointly develop the test, including establishing novel processes for scaling it. They will determine whether the test renders highly accurate results within 10 minutes, and if it is feasible to mass manufacture.