How to Stand Out as a Fortune 500 Company
Louise Blouin Foundation - The Metropolitan Club
A major factor in capital allocation today is innovation. Advances in computer science, biotechnology and energy are adding to humanity’s body of knowledge and when successfully coupled with capital produce benefits for producers and consumers alike. Such competition for capital, though, drives organizations both large and small to continually re-invest in research and development, with a clear focus on innovation. Under these conditions, how can businesses accelerate innovation and make R&D more productive? What attributes or lessons can be learned in respect to continual innovation, in order to keep markets and capture new ones? How do capital suppliers understand the R&D cycle and evaluate businesses in which innovation occurs over long time horizons?