Executive Update

Getting the Most Out of Corporate/Startup Collaboration

Posted April 13, 2020 | Leadership |
We all know that businesses are being disrupted faster than ever before — and innovation launch and adoption cycles are dropping; entrepreneurial startups are one of the main driving forces for this acceleration. Big businesses are hurting — and in the face of a period of economic uncertainty hindering growth — they want in on the act.
About The Author
Richard Eagar
Breakthrough innovation — creating new step-out businesses offering new products and services — is seen by many CEOs as a more attractive way to overcome the growth gap. Rick Eagar Partner Emeritus, Arthur D. Little Rick Eagar is Partner Emeritus at Arthur D. Little and Chairman of the editorial board of ADL’s management journal, PRISM. He has 30 years’ consulting exper­ience in innovation, technology management, and… Read More
Philip Webster
Philip Webster is a Principal in the Technology & Innovation Management practice of Arthur D. Little (ADL). He has worked internationally across the healthcare, life sciences, food, agriculture, and chemicals sectors. Mr. Webster’s work focuses on helping businesses set innovation strategy and identify new growth opportunities underpinned by effective science and technology. He also works with the corporate innovation centers and quality… Read More
Gonzalo Libano
Gonzalo Libano is a Consultant in the Technology & Innovation Management practice of Arthur D. Little (ADL). He focuses on strategy, operations, and technology and innovation management, primarily in the food/beverage industry. Previously, Mr. Libano was a con­sultant for A.T. Kearney. He earned a double bachelor’s degree in international business from Lancaster University, UK, and ICADE, Spain. He can be reached at consulting@cutter.com.
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