October 27, 2023
Identifying with ‘hopecore’ early on can signal your company’s potential to serve as a role model for constructive debates
September 21, 2021
The can’t is a lie. Bureaucracies and innovation
Can you think of a well-defined and -implemented process at your work that most of your colleagues would adhere to to optimize operations?
August 15, 2021
Export is a model game, forget the product
Use some of those 75% of the resources you spend on innovating your product on the business model instead. Particularly in exports.
July 30, 2021
3 inputs on your way to product market fit
Startup is no land for long lasting leaders. You either get traction or run out of resources. But what happens once you actually get to product market fit?
March 2, 2021
Buyers of SMEs can learn from the selling founder
Three sets of hard-edged practices and underlying attitudes underpin high performance well-known from founder-led companies.
January 26, 2021
Your why may be your true north, but …
But how you shape the message must change as you grow
February 28, 2020
Eco footprint. Still mostly for breakouts. Here is how to get you started
No doubt, that businesses throughout have seen the writing on the wall and started adopting the values underlying the global goals.
June 6, 2017
Corporate ideology must change
Corporate leaders have so much to loose. This is why they are so reluctant to tear down those walls of bureaucracy
May 31, 2017
Entrepreneurs decline. Up is conglomerates
A celebrated software company had managed to accumulate 600 vice presidents by the time it reached USD 4 billion in revenues
August 26, 2015
21st century corporate innovation tools
Familiar with the fear of failure or lack of speed in corporations? Although hard to accept, as a corporate innovator you can learn tremendously from startups. Here is why