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What makes your ideas succeed?

What makes your ideas succeed?

Michael Bikard has conducted the first twin studies of new knowledge, looking at how and why some ideas succeed and others fail.

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Organisational ambidexterity

Understanding an ambidextrous organisation is one thing, making it a reality is another. Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez provides an execution roadmap.

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Hoxton adventures with venture capital

Hussein Kanji, co-founder of the European early stage find, Hoxton Ventures, talks entrepreneurially with BSR.

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Seven questions to make sure your company is built around customers

Is your company doing everything it possibly can to be useful and compelling to customers? Nayeem Syed provides seven essential questions to make sure customers come first.

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'Why'? Greater than 'How'?

Want to create strategies that work? Nayeem Syed champions the power of a single, potent question: Is the why greater than the how?

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Why the Lending Club IPO matters

Lending Club, the world's largest online P2P lender in loan origination terms, has filed for an IPO likely to result in a day one public market valuation of more than $5 billion.

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Innovating without protection

New research proposes that refraining from patenting innovations could increase a firm’s prospects.

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The sustainability agenda

How should academics keep up-to-date with issues such as corporate social responsibility? Ioannis Ioannou is advocating a more interventionist approach.

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Startup stats

Number crunching these entrepreneurial times.

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Customers first. Angels second.

Should business angels be an entrepreneur’s first port of call?

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Entrepreneurs @ work: Nook

Cooked up to help restaurateurs maintain their online presence, Nook is a one-stop system that simplifies updates.

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