Innovation & Growth


Innovation & Growth


The Growth Imperative

October 2014
How can companies choose among the many possible avenues to growth? Three starting positions suggest the paths most likely to create value.
October 2014
A new growth strategy is only as good as the people and organizational practices that support it. Here are five secrets that leaders can use to promote the cooperation and behavior that new growth initiatives require.
October 2014
Business model innovation is a powerful approach to driving growth and to capturing a more durable competitive advantage. Four success stories point the way.
May 2014
A wave of technological and customer-driven change is creating a huge growth opportunity for companies that transform commercial functions, including marketing, sales, and pricing.

Big Data & Beyond

October 2014
By mastering the tools of data science—such as machine learning and pattern recognition—companies can devise fundamentally new ways of making decisions.
August 2014
BCG’s Neil Soderlund identifies five obstacles that are keeping businesses from converting the dazzling potential of big data into real competitive advantage.
March 2014
Correlations spill out of big data, but they’re not always ironclad. In a blog published on, David Ritter explains why causality still matters.
Intellectual Property
August 2014
The “IP truce” declared by Tesla Motors surprised many. BCG's IP strategic-intent framework illuminates the move and helps other companies chart smarter IP strategies.
Sparking Creativity
June 2014
In a live chat on LinkedIn, Alan Iny, BCG’s senior specialist for creativity and scenarios and coauthor of Thinking in New Boxes, answered questions and gave concrete tips on bringing creativity to a range of business problems.
September 2013
A good brainstorming session isn’t something that you jump into—it’s something you design. Here are five suggestions to help your team generate better ideas.
January 2011

In this podcast, BCG Fellow Luc de Brabandere talks about strategies today’s executives need in order to run tomorrow’s market-leading companies.