“Which leading-edge corporations are most likely to succeed now and in the future? That’s the subject of an eight-year study by Harvard Business School Professor and master of disruptive innovation Clayton M. Christensen, along with colleagues Jeff Dyer, a professor at Brigham Young University, and Hal B Gregersen, a professor of leadership at INSEAD,” Tom Post reports for Forbes.
“Their insights can be found in their newly released book, The Innovator’s DNA (Harvard Business School Press) — and are the subject of our Aug. 8 cover package on the world’s most innovative companies and leaders,” Post reports. “Check out the ranking of the world’s 100 most innovative companies, produced with Michael McConnell, a senior advisor at HOLT, a division of Credit Suisse.”
Forbes’ World’s Most Innovative Companies:
3. Intuitive Surgical
4. Tencent Holdings
6. Hindustan Unilever
8. Natura Cosméticos
9. Bharat Heavy Electricals
54. Adobe Systems
56. HTC Corp
Full list here.
MacDailyNews Take: Any methodology that places Amazon three spots ahead of Apple on an “innovation” list is FUBAR.
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