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A Wharton research paper looks into the optimal structure of partnerships that would yield the best results when tackling large-scale, socio-economic problems in emerging markets.
Companies whose business models involve leveraging networks – such as Uber and Airbnb -- generate more value than traditional firms. The lessons to draw from their experience apply to most[…]
Using the edible insect industry as a case study, new Wharton research finds that radical creativity is most likely to be embraced by consumers when it's parsed in terms that[…]
When you’re one of the world’s biggest tech companies, where do you send employees to nurture their innovative ideas? Down to the “Microsoft Garage,” of course.
Colgate-Palmolive is focused on innovating to ward off start-ups that take share by targeting niche markets, says its global strategic innovation chief Jenny Gomez.
While many theories have been offered to explain Yahoo's downfall in light of Google's ascent, the difference in the companies' brand approaches may be the most illuminating.
Amid China’s economic slowdown, one industry is doing well: filmmaking. China is ambitiously expanding its reach to moviegoers at home and boosting its Hollywood holdings.
In order to avoid a decline in growth, Twitter needs to find new and better ways to leverage its strengths, including speed, timeliness and a treasure trove of consumer data,[…]
Huawei advisor Martin Creaner sees telecom carriers changing business models to become platforms and service providers to over-the-top apps like Skype.
Though the use of motivational games at work is growing in popularity, there is little hard evidence of its effectiveness, according to experts at a Wharton gamification conference.