Former P&G CEO A.G. Lafley was looking for a way to “allow transparency to guide decisions.” What he discovered was the scientific method, a problem-solving device used by inventors from Leonardo to Steve Jobs.
John DeLorean and his failures to make the transition from innovator to CEO can impart many lessons. Here are a few takeaways that may help inform others on that path.
We’re creatures of habit, most of us, and often formulate our going forward plans in increments from where we are instead of quantum leaps. Aiming beyond the target can be very helpful in charting a course into the future.
Jeffrey Aronin, chairman and CEO of Paragon Biosciences, spoke with Chief Executive about why healthcare is stagnant from an innovation standpoint, the importance in doing meaningful work and more.
Innovation is hard. It’s messy. Anyone who tells you otherwise is doing something different. Systematic innovation means connecting invention to adoption via a disciplined framework.
Level Ex CEO Sam Glassenberg developed a video game for doctors as a side favor to his father. A few years later, the company has more than 350,000 medical professionals in the U.S. alone playing its games.
Here are four practical actions the C-suite must drive to help its business develop an automatic, muscle-memory-like approach to innovating at scale.
It has been estimated that nearly half of all current occupations in the United States will give way to automation somewhere in the not-too-distant future. Here's why you should consider uptraining.
An internal startup is not a cure-all for business woes, and it definitely shouldn’t be used to make only incremental business improvements.
Chief Executive spoke to the former CEO of Cisco, John Chambers about how establish companies can cultivate startup cultures and why CEOs must be vulnerable.