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How to Make Sure Good Ideas Don't Get Lost in the Shuffle

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How to Make Sure Good Ideas Don’t Get Lost in the Shuffle

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What Western Companies Need to Know About Partnering with Startups in India and China by Shameen Prashantham

For one thing, the two countries are very different from each other.

Using Design Thinking to Help Nonprofits Fundraise by Kathleen Kelly Janus

Instead of finding more sources of money, redesign your best one.

The Right Way for an Established Firm to Do an Innovation Pilot with a Startup by Michael Schrage

Don’t be too ambitious.

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