When it comes to leading disruption in one of the world’s most creative, competitive industries, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek says he’s still driven by the values and techniques he developed as a long-distance runner in high school. “Never underestimate the power of one person’s will to get something done.”
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Using a unique company incubator approach, Paragon Biosciences boasts an 80%–90% approval rate on new drug applications, far exceeding that of the traditional pharma industry.
Tech leaders and a new class of “Leapfroggers” have turned the challenge of the past year into opportunity, outpacing peers and unlocking growth through bold investments in cloud, artificial intelligence, and upskilling.
For most companies, meaningful innovation measurement requires a balance between activity- and outcome-based metrics. Focus on these five categories.
Researchers are using cutting-edge science and technology to defeat Covid-19. But 100 years ago, Alexander Fleming made a discovery that would help vanquish an even deadlier scourge—and he did it simply by paying attention.
Struggling to find inspiration in the seemingly endless lockdown? Here are some ideas to keep innovation alive through the long, cold winter.
Having a long track record can certainly be a positive for a company, but legacy can also be an obstacle if the company isn't nimble enough to change. Here's how one CEO did it right.
Online car-insurance startup began in Illinois, and now CEO plans to add 300 jobs in Michigan.
An innate fear of failure could be stunting your company's creative spark but with a systematic, solution-oriented process, you can overcome it.