Incubated In China
China is shifting fast from being a source of copycat goods to a source of business inspiration.
| Jun. 4 2021
Africa Calling: How Transsion Rose to Dominate the African Phone Market
Shenzhen-based smartphone maker Transsion Holdings has followed an unlikely path to success.
| Dec. 3 2018
Video Games Turn Serious
A three-part series on the videogame industry and where it may be heading.
| Jun. 25 2018
Competing to Innovate in the Pearl River Delta Region
Cities across China are making huge investments to transform themselves into world-class innovation hubs.
| May. 7 2018
Covestro, China and the Innovation of Future Materials
Christian Haessler explains how Covestro is involved in sustainable development in Shanghai.
| Aug. 30 2017
DJI’s Future Plan: Industrialize and Diversify
Drone maker DJI made drones, once a high-end toy for rich niche hobbyists, into a mainstream consumer product. Begun.
| Jul. 24 2017
Clayton Christensen on Innovation: Finding the Jobs to Be Done
"Innovation" is difficult, yet the word itself is so overly used that the meaning of it has become hollow. Some.
| Apr. 26 2017
Hands Off: Self-Driving Cars in China
China is keen to deploy self-driving cars for the same reasons as everyone else is: Autonomous vehicles may significantly.
| Nov. 21 2016
The Way to Win Market Competition Now
In recent years, globalization has lifted billions of people out of poverty and created vast wealth, but has also spawned.
| Jul. 20 2016
Jeanne Liedtka On How to Think Like a Designer
Once upon a time, designers were considered a fairly rarified breed in the corporate world—people with more interesting hair.
| May. 10 2016
Design and Business: The Substance of Style
Once upon a time, design was a coat of paint on the locomotive of the real economy. Today, value depends.
| May. 3 2016
Holacracy, Managerless Offices and The Future of Work
About 15 years ago, Brian Robertson was feeling frustrated with the management hierarchy traditionally used by companies. He felt it.
| Feb. 1 2016