How the U.S. Can Rebuild Its Capacity to Innovate

Harvard Business

From automotive to semiconductors to pharma to clean energy , America’s innovation centers have shifted east, offering growing evidence that the U.S. has lost what Harvard Business School’s Willy Shih calls the “ industrial commons ”: indispensable production skills and capabilities. We have identified four principles with straightforward steps that policymakers, business leaders, and universities can take to restore innovation ecosystems.

Getting Buy-In for Innovation that Doesn’t Fade at the End of the Quarter

Harvard Business Review

You’ve prepared a business plan for a promising new entrepreneurial venture. You’ve got funding and the blessing of your CEO and Board to go ahead with this high-profile “experiment” Your venture could be a growth engine for your corporation’s otherwise large but slow and steady core business. Examples of constraints are regulatory, legal and ethical issues, or infrastructural or technological restrictions. Entrepreneurship Execution Innovation

Six Ways to Befriend Future Tech Billionaires

Harvard Business Review

billion, is one more in a line of twenty-somethings and even pre-twenty-somethings whose technology innovations have made them a fortune. New business incubators are becoming increasingly common in the U.S. Mentors can be at the cutting-edge while sharing the benefits of experience — and perhaps getting a new business tool. They feel it is inextricably linked to business strategy. Business plan contests increasingly include social entrepreneurs.