Clayton Christensen mentored Bob Moesta, and they became fast friends. Bob was one of the principal architects of the Jobs To Be Done theory. He expands on the theory and shares his respect for his friend Clay.
Posted 2 weeks ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Corporate Culture Innovation Leadership Sports Academies are like Innovation and Incubation Labs Strategy Transformation
Sports Academies are like Innovation and Incubation Labs
Posted 4 months ago Tagged Jeff Desjardins Signals Visualcapitalist
Today’s guest eases information overloaded, makes signal from the noise and helps us make better decisions. We welcome sensemaker, founder and editor-in-chief of Visual Capitalist and author of “Signals: The 27 Trends Defining the Future of the Global Economy” Jeff Desjardins
Posted 4 months ago Tagged Bank of Future Business Disruption Fintech Innovation Leadership Transformation
Many of the earth’s most enduring organisms from ants to bees encourage specialisation. Likewise, the successful bank of the future will incorporate composite specialists into their superorganism rather than trying to compete on all levels. This approach will not only optimise survival for legacy organisations but will create an ecosystem that caters to changing customer demands. This combination of specialism and diversity applies not to only the most successful organisms, but also to the most successful organisations.
Posted 10 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Corporate Culture Innovation Strategy Transformation
Changemakers often experience the full wrath of a protective status quo when an internal power broker perceives them as a threat (to their position). Even though they may espouse upstanding business practices, proclaiming, “We are very innovative!”, ultimately when threatened by internally driven proactive change, the status quo can act as unscrupulously as the mob.
Posted 11 months ago Tagged Geoffrey West Geoffrey West Company Lifespan Santa Fe Institue Scale
Geoffrey West’s research centres on a quest to find unifying principles and patterns connecting everything, from cells and ecosystems to cities, social networks and businesses.
Posted 11 months ago Tagged “The customer rarely buys what the company thinks it’s selling.”— Peter F. Drucker Aidan McCullen Corporate Culture Disruption Entrepreneurship Innovation Leadership Transformation
“The customer rarely buys what the company thinks it’s selling.”— Peter F. Drucker
Posted 12 months ago Tagged
This book tackles corporate-startup partnering in three parts. The Why, The How and The Where. In part one, our guest gave an overview of his over 15 years of research, which involved over 400 interviews with corporate managers, startup entrepreneurs, and other individuals involved in corporate-startup partnering and in part 1, he introduced some of the key players who placed the way to the Microsoft gorilla learning to dance with startups and … vice versa. We welcome back the author of “Gorillas Can Dance: Lessons from Microsoft and Other Corporations on Partnering with Startups” Shameen Prashantham.
Posted 12 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Corporate Culture Entrepreneurship Gorillas Can Dance Innovation Leadership Microsoft for Startups Shameen Prashantham Startups Strategy Transformation
Lessons from Microsoft and Other Corporations on Partnering with Startups with Shameen Prashantham
Posted 1 year ago Tagged
the author of “Present Future: Business, Science, and the Deep Tech Revolution”