What ‘digital’ really means: Everyone wants to go digital. The first step is truly understanding what that is.
The simple rules of disciplined innovation: Constraints aren’t the enemy of creativity—they make it more effective.
How Discovery keeps innovating: CEO Adrian Gore describes how the South African company has been shaking up its industry through business-model innovation and explains what helps to catalyze new ideas.
Brand-driven innovation: Big companies are finding growth in new markets by harnessing an underused asset—their brands.
The Cultural and Creative Economy research group (CIND Creating) focuses on how the cultural economy is evolving and how we can understand its future
It’s no secret: innovation is difficult for well-established companies. By and large, they are better executors than innovators, and most succeed less through game-changing creativity than by optimising their existing businesses.
Proponents of data-enabled education can learn from other industries that have faced concerns about the risks of using personal information.
Globally, mobile technology has emerged as a primary engine of economic growth, stimulating enormous private-sector spending in both R&D and infrastructure, and profoundly changing daily lives—everywhere.