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The Three Box Solution: A Strategy For Leading Innovation

My colleague and friend Vijay Govindarajan (VG), who is on Dartmouth and Harvard faculties, has just published his book The Three Box Solution: A Strategy For Leading Innovation today. The book is rated #1 New Release on Amazon. The book explains … Continue reading

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New book from my friend and NYT bestselling author Vijay Govindarajan

  I want to recommend to you an important new book from my friend Vijay Govindarajan, who is ranked as one of the world’s leading business thinkers. After 35 years of research and consulting, he has written his most important … Continue reading

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How to Forecast the Environment for Success

Dear Followers: My new book Triggers is published! Order it now at Triggersthebook.com! Life Is Good. — Marshall As we journey through life, we are creating our world and our world is simultaneously creating us. Much of who we are and what we will … Continue reading

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“Intelligent Leadership” by John Mattone

There are so many books on leadership, yet there are so few leaders. The demand for great leadership has never been higher. Our government—all governments, crave superior leadership. Our schools, our businesses, in fact all our institutions, crave superior leadership. … Continue reading

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REVERSE INNOVATION: Create Far From Home, Win Everywhere

My good friend and Dartmouth Professor Vijay Govindarajan (VG) reveals a bold discovery with far-reaching implications in REVERSE INNOVATION: Create Far From Home, Win Everywhere (HBR Press, April 2012): Innovation flows uphill and its future lies in emerging markets. The … Continue reading

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