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Masters of Collaboration

The 21st century design environment trades individual stars for teamwork uniting designers, engineers, anthropologists, and others

The Long Nose of Innovation

The bulk of innovation is low-amplitude and takes place over a long period. Companies should focus on refining existing technologies as much as on creation

The State of Innovation

It's not just a buzzword—three recent surveys find innovation is still a high priority with a majority of executives across industries and across the world

A Better Way to Track the Economy

A groundbreaking Commerce Dept. report could lead to new yardsticks for measuring growth


The Opposable Mind


Channeling the "Opposable Mind"

In this podcast, Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management, discusses his theory of "the opposable mind," the ability to assess and balance conflicting ideas, business models, or strategies to come up with a new way of doing things

P&G: Using the Past to Invent the Future

In this excerpt from Roger Martin's new book, he discusses how P&G's A.G. Lafley balanced experience with a willingness to nurture originality—to cause a revolution in laundry

Bob Young and the Rise of Red Hat

How Red Hat's founder developed a business model that steered a course between those of proprietary and open-source software vendors

Creating the Four Seasons Difference

How challenging the status quo of the hotel business paid off for Isadore Sharp, founder of the Four Seasons chain

Integrative Thinking and AIC's Rescue

How Michael Lee-Chin turned around a seemingly unwinnable situation at the money management firm

Moses Znaimer's 'Glocal' Conquest

How experiments at Toronto's CityTV television station revolutionized an industry

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