Blog is an excerpt from Dr. Simone Ahuja- Co-Author of Jugaad Innovation: Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth; Founder- Blood Orange. Dr. Ahuja is also our distinguished keynote speaker for our upcoming roundtable Innovation at the Speed of Tomorrow.
By Brian Reuter, VP- ORC International; and Ashley James, VP- ORC International
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The Robots Are Here
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Still, once you’re...
Identify Your Best Opportunities to Excel at Your Go to Market Strategy
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Perhaps Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard deserve a bit of blame. It was in Packard’s modest garage in Palo Alto, California — now a museum and listed on the National Register of Historic Places — that the brainy duo...More