Auto companies or tech companies can’t develop winning mobility offerings on their own.
Leaders who establish broad ties to their communities have deeper resources in times of hardship.
Unlikely collaborators are teaming up to provide higher-quality, lower-cost services.
Regina E. Herzlinger, interviewed by Steven C. DeMaio
Harvard Business School’s Regina Herzlinger examines collaboration and innovation in health care.
Regina Herzlinger, interviewed by Steven DeMaio
Customers relationships evolve. Understanding how is the key to tailoring your CRM strategy.
Jonathan Z. Zhang, George F. Watson IV, and Robert W. Palmatier
Companies often struggle to establish and run university partnerships effectively.
Lars Frølund, Fiona Murray, and Max Riedel
In an on-demand webinar, Wolfgang Gruel and Frank Piller detail new experiments in personal transportation.
Wolfgang Gruel (moovel GmbH), Frank Piller (MIT Smart Customization Group and RWTH Aachen University), and Michael Fitzgerald
There are five options for structuring intellectual property partnerships, ranging from licensing to joint ventures.