The Dominant Genes: Organizational Survival of the Fittest

Most executives can readily agree: Organizational success hinges on effective execution, and effective execution is a matter of ability and agility. Can an organization quickly convert strategy into action, and can it deal effectively with discontinuous change in its competitive environment? This study finds that structural changes are half as effective as those focused on decision-making and information yet more often used.

Adventures in Corporate Venturing

A well-funded R&D program isn’t enough. Corporations must invest in business opportunities outside their four walls to accelerate innovation and growth.

Treating the Troubled Corporation

When everyone agrees but nothing changes, it’s a sign that organizational inertia is holding your business back.