Chief Executive published our article: “How CEOs Can Defy Innovation Inertia.“ Even when drawing upon best practices that can propel innovation, it’s easy to be unexpectedly blindsided by issues that seem to come out of nowhere. This is because innovation requires changing established practices and patterns of “business as usual.” Reinforcing new behaviors requires developing and reinforcing new beliefs. A critical key to overcoming innovation inertia key is for top leadership to recognize how many ways their commitment to innovation is conveyed and perceived, and to actively shape these forces so that all of the messages are congruent. Click here to read the full article.
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Business Review USA published our article, “Ten Quick Ways to Accelerate Success at Your Company.” In service of our mission to enable companies to accelerate their innovation leadership and business agility, we offer ten points to energize your competitive stance, provide some food for thought, and create a starting point to address challenges and opportunities as they arise.
The Chief Executive Forum of CEO World published our article, “Are Minor Changes Impacting Your Strategy in a Major Way?” In it, we discuss how seemingly minor changes inside and outside your company can accumulate to the point where they may have unanticipated, yet game-changing effects. We also address how you can detect and appropriately respond to inobvious but nevertheless important risks and opportunities.
The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange has linked to our report, “Gaining And Maintaining Commitment In The Face Of Change.” In this article, we present advice on how business leaders can bring their organizations past compliance in a change situation to a state of greater commitment, leading to more successful outcomes.
CEO.com published our article: “Why Innovation Programs Are A Total Waste Of Time.“ We present insights and recommendations for how CEOs can enable their companies to break free from innovation inertia and continuously build new value.
Chief Executive published our article: “Six Ways to Boost the ROI of Your Strategic Alliance.“ Drawing on our 2012 study of CEO and senior executives’ experiences and expectations of strategic alliances, we offer six foundational recommendations for increasing their power and value.
Pamela S. Harper Harper is a featured author in the Forbes.com “Brain Trust,” where several of her articles and interviews are featured. View Pam’s articles at Forbes.com
Pamela S. Harper and D. Scott published an opinion piece, “Necessity is the Mother of Reinvention,” in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette’s “Business Forum,” March 30, 2012. View article on post-gazette.com
Chief Executive Magazine author Dale Buss quoted D. Scott Harper, PhD in his May/June 2011 article, ‘Examining the ROI of R&D.” View Article
Membership Management Report , a Stevenson Inc. publication, featured Pam Harper’s views on “Weighing the Advantages, Disadvantages of Board Sizes” in their August 2007 newsletter. View Article