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Getting Past “Not Invented Here”

Today’s most successful innovators strike a strategic balance between internally-developed and externally-sourced innovation.

As Silicon Valley legend Bill Joy once famously observed, “no matter who you are, most of the smartest people work for someone else.” And increasingly global innovators are getting that message. They are leveraging analytics to scout for external opportunities in large unstructured data sets, for example, patents, scientific literature, and venture funding. At the same time they are fostering cultures and embracing new structures that enable them to realize the benefits of external ideas.

Six Habits of IP Winners

Smart companies use IP as both an offensive and a defensive weapon. Hundreds of millions—if not billions—of dollars can be at stake, and organizations need to up their IP game to protect that investment.

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The Next Level of Product Development

Research and product development is evolving toward a new model that embraces lean techniques to help innovators not only to “do the right work,” but also to “do the work right.”

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Innovation & Product Development