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Why CEOs Must be Discoverers-in-Chief

Constantly coming up with the best thing since sliced bread may be a tough task, but that's what CEOs must do if they want to stay relevant, according to the head of the Panera baking chain.

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HALO: Disrupting at a Disruptor

Chuck Dorsey, CEO of HALO Innovations, disrupted the baby bassinet industry—and now he may have to disrupt his own company.

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4 Ways for CEOs to Boost Innovation

Innovation has become a leading strategy for corporate growth, and increasingly CEOs must figure out how their companies can do it better, quicker and faster.

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3 Key Principles for Maintaining a Cycle of Continuous Innovation

At the turn of the century, the average lifespan of a major company was 67 years. Now, if a company is on the S&P 500, its average lifespan is about 15 years. The unfortunate fact is that many companies begin with great success and fail to renew themselves. It’s those that pursue a continuous process of growth through innovation on all fronts—business model, products, marketing strategy, and business relationships—that thrive.

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