LEGO has been using open innovation for the past 10 years to bring new playsets to market. As they strive to stay relevant while the line between toys and consumer electronics starts to blur, how will they revamp their strategy and consequently product development process to accommodate?
An exploration of machine learning potential for cell therapy product development
Adidas, a sporting goods giant, believes 3D printing is huge opportunity to disrupt footwear product development and supply chain. Is it another marketing gimmick or imminent future?
Sleigh bells ring, are you listening… Every holiday season, millions of avid skiers and snowboarders eagerly await the start of their favorite winter pastime. As ski resorts prepare for opening weekend, the anticipation for the thrill of laying the first […]
American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) has soared above its competitors thanks to its digitized distribution network and optimization engine for order fulfillment. AEO has a bird’s-eye view on its inventory across distribution centers and retail stores and has translated efficiencies into convenience for customers.
Can Nike succeed in its mission to mass-produce customized shoes?
E-commerce/m-commerce mean retails must embrace multichannel operation. Millennials get what they want, when they want it – delivered how and where they need it. How can RFID help Macy’s make the shift?
Delphi, along with other auto industry players and the communities in which they operate, is being threatened by isolationist movements throughout the world (e.g., Brexit, NAFTA renegotiation/termination)
Property & Casualty insurers, like The Allstate Corporation, stand at the crossroads of climate change, in both insuring carbon-intensive assets and activities, and paying claims for climate change-related damages.
The U.S. Republican Party’s relationship with climate change is a complicated one. Will increasing evidence fundamentally change the GOP?