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Josemaria Siota
Director at IESE Business School | Director at Simastec | Alumni at Deloitte | Coauthor at Springer, McGraw-Hill and Forbes | #Strategy #Innovation #TechTransfer
Director at IESE Business School | Director at Simastec | Alumni at Deloitte | Coauthor at Springer, McGraw-Hill and Forbes | #Strategy #Innovation #TechTransfer
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The +Forbes Magazine has just published our new article on corporate #innovation and #agility. Read more at: http://goo.gl/Ghw5LF

Citing the recent study conducted by Mª Julia, Josemaria, David and Nicholas from +IESE Business School and +Oliver Wyman; the piece sheds light on why company innovation efforts often fail (and what to do instead).
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Do innovation units actually come up with useful ideas? Our new study, conducted by +IESE Business School’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center and +Oliver Wyman, highlights the importance of learning how to incorporate effectively the opportunities these units come up with through the right balance between efficiency and agility in large corporations.

Read more at: http://goo.gl/49q2Lb
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Yesterday, the release of the book appeared in the websites of international and local media such as Business Insider, MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Fox12 Oregon, 12News, LaVanguardia, and more.

Additionally, the book is already available worldwide at:
Amazon: http://goo.gl/jX1ZCG
iTunes: http://goo.gl/QJy8Y5
Google Play: http://goo.gl/Si1JU1

Thank you for your support and have a great weekend!
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My new book “Linked Innovation” (Springer) is going to be released in 4h. It was a 5-years-period of work, 162 written pages, and 3,881 analyzed research centers in 107 countries. It looks to institutions such as Harvard, Oxford, Roche, Google, Fraunhofer and NASA, to name a few.

Available on Springer: http://goo.gl/xa7E8Y
Available on Amazon: http://goo.gl/Bpk853

Questioning why research centers so often fail to commercialize discoveries, this book explores the concept of linked innovation, which promises to drive economic sustainability while preserving academic quality at research centers. Providing empirical research into areas such as performance metrics, design thinking, industry collaboration, and innovation ecosystems, this comprehensive study covers 28 mechanisms and 12 business models for driving growth in those centers. Essential reading for managing directors at research institutions and academics.

Read the summary: http://goo.gl/1jqTWD

My sincere gratitude goes to all who helped in several endeavours and supported me during the whole process. Please share. Happy reading!
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Prof. Thomas Klueter, Josemaria Siota and Oliver Wyman consultants recommend customer-centric approach

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Today, we have published, with Oliver Wyman and IESE, the study "Design Thinking: The New DNA of the Financial Sector" (http://goo.gl/VHBkQI).

Looking forward to see you in the presentation on May 3 (19:00h) at IESE-Barcelona with PayPal's CEO, BBVA's global head of marketing, Oliver Wyman's partners of FS, and more. If you want to attend, please send me a private message.

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Summary of the study: Fintech startups have big banks looking over their shoulders and rushing to innovate. Is this the de-banking era? Not so fast: Drawing inspiration from designers and artists, Design Thinking can be a great tool for banks looking to connect with customers and innovate quickly.
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"Innovation, entrepreneurs and employment" - published today in the newspaper +El Periódico: http://goo.gl/PSGavy | +IESE Business School
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Last Thursday started the 2nd ed. of the WeGrow Program at +IESE Business School http://goo.gl/Z1n266 #Entrepreneurship
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