Traditional Corporate Innovation Models: Where They Went Wrong

Posted October 5, 2022 | Sustainability |
Innovate wrong
This Advisor looks at two traditional approaches to corporate inno­vation (the stage-gate model and design thinking) and where they went wrong. 
About The Author
Tima Bansal
Pratima (Tima) Bansal is Professor of Strategy and Canada Research Chair in Business Sustainability at Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada, and a member of Arthur D. Little’s AMP open consulting network. She has been researching the intersection of sustainability and strategy for almost three decades, especially through the dimensions of time, space, and scale. Dr. Bansal has published her research in more than 50 peer-reviewed… Read More
Ju Young Lee
Ju Young Lee is a Postdoctoral Associate at Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada. His research interests include under­standing the processes of transformational changes, or the lack thereof, at different levels (i.e., systems, field, and organizational). Dr. Lee is particularly drawn to change initiatives that address grand societal challenges, such as poverty, inequalities, and climate crisis. At Ivey, under the supervision of Dr.… Read More
Alice Mascena Barbosa
Alice Mascena Barbosa is a Postdoctoral Associate at Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada. She recently completed her PhD at IESE Business School and her research interests consist of understanding how businesses integrate notions of social and environmental impact, and how they organize for it either at their inception or at later stages. Alice is working under the supervision of Dr. Pratima Bansal on co-creating knowledge with… Read More
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