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  1. [SPONSORED] Jay Simons: "Your real estate agent doesn't give a shit about you" and neither do most enterprise sales guys

    This post is sponsored by Atlassian. Pando retains full editorial control over the content of sponsored posts.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

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  2. Dancing Giants: At SAP, it is about trying to make the battleship turn faster

    For Ken Tsai, the VP of Product Marketing for SAP’s HANA software, every day is constant balancing act. CEO Bill McDermott has declared is mission as spearheading “the intellectual renewal of their company.”

    By James Robinson , written on

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  3. Dancing Giants: Samsung's Open Innovation Center

    Marc Shedroff, Vice-President of Samsung's Open Innovation Center

    By Adam L. Penenberg , written on

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  4. How Corporations Can Innovate Like Startups

    The following is excerpted with permission from The Lean Enterprise: How Corporations Can Innovate Like Startups, by Trevor Owens and Obie Fernandez.

    By Trevor Owens and Obie Fernandez, Guest Contributors , written on

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  5. Dancing Giants: Why large companies should embrace the minimum viable product

    There are lean startups, then there are startups that exist to help large and small companies act more like startups -- like 3Pillar Global. Based in Fairfax, VA, the company sells software to help businesses create their own software and "quickly turn ideas into value" through the entire development development lifecycle. As such, its founder and CEO, David DeWolf, is a big fan of the minimum viable product (MVP).

    By Adam L. Penenberg , written on

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  6. Dancing Giants: How GE uses the memory of Thomas Edison to stay hungry

    General Electric is 120 years old. As a company, it is tied into the invention of electricity itself. GE has over 300,000 employees and 2013 revenue that was greater than the GDP of New Zealand. It is the opposite of lean. It has no rights to even claim to be agile. But as Stephen Liguori, Executive Director of Global Innovation and New Models explains, a driving fixation internally over the last decade has been how to meld GE's overwhelming organizational heft with a sense of innovation, speed, and customer focus.

    By James Robinson , written on

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  7. Dancing Giants: At Intuit, ideas for new products can come from anywhere

    If you were asked to compile a list of the most innovative corporations, it might not occur to you to include a tax, accounting, and finance software provider. But few companies have embraced the art of the startup within a large organization better than Intuit. The makers of TurboTax and QuickBooks have created a work environment that rewards employees for thinking and acting like entrepreneurs. What's more, it has been tapping the collective wisdom of the crowd for insights and ideas that have led to new and successful products.

    By Adam L. Penenberg , written on

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  8. Dancing Giants: How Cisco Innovates

    Padmasree warrior, Cisco's Chief Technology Officer

    By Kevin Kelleher , written on

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