London Business School Review

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“Innovation is the only insurance against irrelevance” – Gary Hamel

How to get beyond business-as-usual to a creative breakthrough: be real, angry, paranoid. Be a thief and be yourself

By Jessica Spungin

Want to be more creative? Start with these books chosen by LBS faculty

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

In 1998, Zvi Nachum created a device that eases period pains. It then took him more than 20 years to bring it to market. Here’s why

By Zvi Nachum

What Mickey Mouse, the Mad Max movies and the discovery of DNA tell us about being at our most creative

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

What inspired this year’s Real Innovation Awards winners?

By Will Grahame-Clarke

Want your organisation to innovate better and faster? Follow these four tips from the world of start-ups

By Greg Orme

Big organisations should think less about top-down strategy and allow more freedom at the grassroots

By Julian Birkinshaw

The founders of BlaBlaCar were quick to spot the sharing economy trend and launch what looked like a risky startup.

By Kathy Brewis

Borders block creativity. What can businesses operating in the UK do to remain at the forefront of innovation?

By Michaël Bikard

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