When established companies explore innovation, they usually take two paths: incremental or disruptive. Wharton's David Robertson offers a third way, like Lego.
So what does a robotic workplace hold for the current classes of Wharton students? A wonderful challenge for launching a career.
Volatility isn't just about causing problems; it can spark our ability to solve problems too. That’s what is behind Google’s Alphabet restructuring.
Hospital system CEO Dr. Stephen Klasko argues for keeping people out of hospitals and rethinking health care distribution—before someone else disrupts it first.
Marketers do still have time to learn to speak in pictures and engage with their consumers successfully, according to Wharton alumnus Parry Bedi.
How boards can tilt the balance back to strategic governance in an era dominated by fiduciary governance.
Today’s disruptive innovators may believe they belong outside traditional regulation. They don’t, and we’ll be better off for it, writes Prof. Kevin Werbach.
The Mack Institute hosted its first Innovation Clinic of many to empower thinkers and doers across Penn’s campus.
Wharton Marketing Professor Pinar Yildirim reveals how organizations can design innovation tournaments and other crowdsourced contests for the best results.
Here are tips for solo practitioners and large organizations to boost a company’s productivity and market share— and fun quotient— right now.
Love it or hate it, Uber is here to stay. What are the pros and cons of its disruption of traditional transportation?
Looking for a soon-to-be stock winner like Netflix? Find companies with disruptive ideas and CEOs who do the opposite of what Clayton Christensen prescribes.
Mack Institute Co-Director George Day offers five lessons for building “innovation prowess” within an enterprise.
A Mack Institute author recaps its spring conference, including talks from Saikat Chaudhuri, Chunka Mui, and representatives from Amazon, Google and Intel.
Crazy ideas often break new ground, yet usually start off as concepts that excite you and no one else.