Scaling Innovation in Genetics and Precision Medicine
How biotech start-ups can identify and solidify their customer base, scale their operations and unlock the full potential of precision medicine.
Planning Matters: Coordination in Humanitarian Relief
In disaster response, humanitarian operations take place under high levels of stress and time pressure. There is no room for bureaucracy and ambiguity.
Can Companies Thrive in Permanent Beta?
When digital service providers come under pressure to put new and innovative services in the market fast, how does it affect the way companies measure service performance?
Humanitarian Versus For-Profit Operations: When Lines Blur
What are the repercussions when humanitarian organisations adopt a commercial structure?
How Large Mergers Can Benefit Smaller Players
Joint ventures between dominant incumbents can create opportunities for smaller firms to enter the market and capture market share.
Circularity in Practice: Case of a Zero-Waste Island
Implementing sustainable solutions has everything to do with influencing behaviour, as shown in the Just Go Zero project on the Greek island of Tilos.
Local Innovation as a Driver of Global Development
To achieve critical development goals, we need to champion local, innovative solutions to social problems.
Nonstop Flights Can Foster Global Firm Innovation
Nonstop flights can be a vital facilitator of innovation between international companies and their subsidiaries.
Twitter's Remarkable Mission in a Divided World
Good governance is key to ensure that exceptional people, organisations and countries realise their full potential.
How Biotech Firms Can Improve Cross-Functional Collaboration
Optimising the R&D-to-commercialisation handover process is crucial for the survival of young biotech companies.
Stakeholder Perspectives on Right-to-Repair Laws
Laws to protect consumers and the environment could be a game-changer for businesses and prompt change in business models.
Do Unconventional Offices Promote Creativity?
It is widely assumed that unconventionally-designed offices stimulate creativity. But that isn’t always the case – sometimes they may even impede innovation.
Should Companies Allow Returns of Customised Goods?
Allowing customers to return customised products can be a win-win for both consumers and business.
The Coming of Age of Humanitarian Logistics
We are closer than ever to a holistic supply chain management approach now that the humanitarian sector has recognised the importance of logistics.
Better Human-AI Collaboration May Depend on Workflow Design
Improving how humans work with algorithms could simply be a matter of redesigning workflow.