The Master’s in Innovation will empower you to improve business processes, develop products and services that create explosive growth, and realize your full leadership potential. Throughout the program, you’ll be learning from respected industry leaders and disruptors.
To hear directly from our faculty members, read the whitepaper or articles below on the principals of innovation.
As technology and data alter the business landscape, firms both large and small need to be ambidextrous in their innovation.
Author: Tucker J. Marion
Mature companies often lack the vision and resolve to fully commit to new technologies—even when consumers are ready for them.
Authors: Fernando F. Suarez, James Utterback, Paul von Gruben, and Hye Young Kang
Open innovation is a highly democratic process, and democracies can be boisterous.
Author: Sebastian K. Fixson and Tucker J. Marion
Explore four innovation archetypes or modes–specialist, venture, community and network–which feature prominently in the expanding innovation landscape.
Authors: Tucker J. Marion and Sebastian K. Fixson
In this 20-to-30-minute award-winning simulation, students manage the innovation process for The Citizen Sun, a struggling newspaper company.
Created by Tucker J. Marion and Sebastion Fixson