Football, Passion and von Hippel: The Legacy of AFC Wimbledon

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Each member of the MAIM Class of 2016 proposes their individual perspectives on innovation management in the lead up to their Degree Show “Through the Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on Innovation Management”. In this post, Lilian Yeung shares her perspective on how von Hippel’s theory of lead-user innovation can be translated beyond academia and business context into one of the country’s favourite sports: football.

The Disorganization Man

The Disorganisation Man

Each member of the MAIM Class of 2016 proposes their perspectives on innovation management in the lead up to their Degree Show “Through the Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on Innovation Management”. In this post, Ruta Eva, shares her perspective on how self-governing organizations adopted the creativity of entrepreneurs, criminals and deviants and the lessons businesses should take from their approach.

Through the Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on Innovation Management

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The class of MAIM 2016 invites you to follow us on a journey through the kaleidoscope, exploring perspectives on innovation management. In the lead up to our degree show at Central Saint Martins from the 22nd to the 26th of June, we will be sharing our individual perspectives on innovation management. This post will introduce the concept of this year’s show, Through the Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on Innovation Management.

Insurgent Innovation: A strategy to navigate a world where the ‘winner-takes-all’

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Each member of the MAIM Class of 2016 proposes their individual perspectives on innovation management in the lead up to their Degree Show “Through the Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on Innovation Management”. In this post, Nicholas Stafford, shares his perspective on strategic implementation of the digital-age car.