Strategy & Leadership: Volume 40 Issue 2


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Joan Magretta: what executives can learn from revisiting Michael Porter

Robert J. Allio, Liam Fahey

The purpose of this paper is to present a discussion with Joan Magretta about her new book, Understanding Michael Porter: The Essential Guide to Competition and Strategy

Michael Porter answers managers' FAQs

Joan Magretta

The purpose of this paper is to present an interview with Professor Michael Porter of Harvard, the noted academic and consultant whose concepts are central to the practice

Digital transformation: opportunities to create new business models

Saul J. Berman

According to IBM research, companies seeking opportunities in an era of constant customer connectivity focus on two complementary activities: reshaping customer value

Collaborative innovation as the new imperative – design thinking, value co‐creation and the power of “pull”

Brian Leavy

This “Masterclass” for corporate leaders aims to explain how to integrate three revolutionary approaches to business innovation to stimulate and propel the creativity that

Applying open innovation where your company needs it most

Amy Muller, Nate Hutchins, Miguel Cardoso Pinto

While the open innovation concept proposed by Henry Chesbrough a decade ago has had some striking successes, the myriad options for engaging external partners can be

Better growth decisions: early mover, fast follower or late follower?

Stephen Wunker

The article seeks to explain how companies seeking to fuel growth by entering new markets should analyze when it is wise to be an early mover, fast follower or late

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