Check out 50 of The Most Innovative Companies around the globe in the current issue of IN—Inside Innovation. And there are a number of surprises. Two Indian companies made the TOP 25—Tata was No. 6 and Reliance came in at 19. A Detroit automaker made the list—General Motors at 18. A Wall Street firm, the first, made the TOP 25—Goldman Sachs, at 21. Facebook came in at 25.
Check out the interractive table for the TOP 50 Most Innovative Companies in the World.
We have a slideshow of the 50 companies.
There is an amazing video interview with P&G’s CEO, A.G. Lafley that is just about the best analysis of innovation from a top exec
that I have ever seen. It's a wonderful description of how P&G went from a tech-driven, insular company to a consumer-centric, open-source organization. P&G is No. 8 on The 25 Most Innovative Companies list for 2008.
The is a great Q&A with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
And an interactive case study from IBM on innovating that includes a video of John Kelley, IBM's new director of research. He's reorganzing IBM's huge global laboratory system.
Want to stop talking about innovation and learn how to make it work for you? Bruce Nussbaum takes you deep into the latest thinking about innovation and design with daily scoops, provocative perspectives and case studies. Nussbaum is at the center of a global conversation on the growing discipline of innovation and the deepening field of design thinking. Read him to discover what social networking works—and what doesn’t. Discover where service innovation is going and how experience design is shaping up. Learn which schools are graduating the most creative talent and which consulting firms are the hottest. And get his take on what the smartest companies are doing in the U.S., Asia and Europe, far ahead of the pack.