Episode 85: George Day


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(48 seconds)Susan Wood reviews the business week with this week’s Rear View. (3:31)We catch up on the week’s market action with Hamilton Hindin Greene analyst Tom McBride. (8:03)Innovation as a concept tends to be treated like an incantation. If companies say the right words, hire the right team and shake them together in a back room, world-beating ideas might pop out. But Simplicity managing director Sam Stubbs offers some ideas on how to better coordinate the chaos of innovation with the necessity of business order. (15:58)The feature guest this week is George Day, Emeritus Professor of Marketing at Wharton in the US. Andrew Patterson spoke to Professor Day this week about his book “Peripheral Vision: Detecting the Weak Signals that Can Make or Break Your Company.” To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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