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BUS 5488 - Corporate Innovation and New Ventures

FInding Articles using Biblliographic Citations

Business Insider Articles

The articles listed below can also be accessed via the links below or the publication's website.

Hu, C., & Ramsey, L.  (2018, September 22).  Take a look inside Johnson & Johnson’s new startup

          incubator in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood that feels more like a rustic-chic coffee shop with jewel-

          toned couches.  Retrieved from: 


Lebowitz, S.  (2018, September 17).  Companies like IKEA and Accenture are following in Google’s

         footsteps to stay ahead of the curve.  Retrieved from:

Leighton, M.  (2018, September 21).  I tried the Kickstarter-funded ‘toothbrush of the future’ and I loved

         it.  Retrieved from:

Leighton, M.  (2018, August 7).  How Rent the Runway is changing the way women get dressed—and

        why it’s been called one of the most disruptive companies in the world, alongside Uber, Airbnb, and

         SpaceX.  Retrieved from:

Slotnick, D.  (2018, October 27).  I tried the cult-favorite Trtl pillow to see if it’s worth the hype—and I

        don’t know how I ever flew without it.  Retrieved from:

Tyler, J.  (2018, September 22).  Take a look inside the kitchen where Shake Shack is developing new

          creations like black sesame shakes and cold brew match lattes.  Retrieved from:


Harvard Business Review Articles

The articles listed below can also be accessed via the Business Source Complete database. Publisher restrictions do not allow printing or saving of these articles,

Bower, J. L., & Christensen, C. M. (1995). Disruptive technologies: Catching the wave. Harvard

           Business Review, 73(1), 43–53. 

Brown, Tim. (2008). Design Thinking. Harvard Business Review, 86(6), 84-92.

Chesbrough, H. W.  (2002).  Making sense of corporate venture capital. Harvard Business Review, 80(3), 90 – 99.  

Drucker, Peter F. (2002). The Discipline of Innovation. Harvard Business Review, 80(8), 95-103.

Dugan, R. E., & Kaigham, J. G. (2013). “Special forces” innovation: how DARPA attacks problems.  Harvard Business Review, 91(10), 74–84.

Johnson, Mark. W., Christensen, Clayton M., & Kagermann, Henning. (2008). Reinventing Your

         Business Model. Harvard Business Review, 86(12), 50-59.

Kim, W. Chan, & Mauborgne, Renèe. (2004). Blue Ocean Strategy. Harvard Business Review,

         82(4), 76-84.

Lerner, J.  (2013).  Corporate venturing.  Harvard Business Review, 91(10), 86 – 94.

O’Reilly III, Charles A., & Tushman, Michael L. (2004). The Ambidextrous Organization.    

         Harvard Business Review, 82(4), 74-81.


Other articles to read

 Articles with links are web resources. Articles without links are available in the library collection and can be found using the options discussed in the tutorial above.


Alvarez, S., & Barney, J. (2007). Discovery and Creation: Alternative Theories of Entrepreneurial Action. 

      Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1(1-2), 11-26. doi:10.1002/sej.4 Retrieved from:


Back, A. (2018, Aug 03). The newest venture capitalists: Food companies; industry giants like Kraft Heinz, General Mills look for 'fairly low-risk ways to seed growth potential'; Campbell's miss on Juicero. Wall Street Journal (Online) Retrieved from:


Brigl, M., Roos, A., Schmieg, F., & Watten, D. (2017). Incubators, Accelerators, Venturing, and More: How Leading Companies Search for Their Next Big Thing. The Boston Consulting Group. Retrieved from:


Brown, T., Wyatt, J. (2010). Design Thinking for Social Innovation. Stanford Innovation Review. Retrieved from:



Douglas, J., Sindreu, J., & Kantchev, G. (2018, Jul 15). The problem with innovation: The biggest companies are hogging all the gains; economists trying to explain a long-term slowdown in productivity increasingly believe gains are not spreading through the economy as they once did. Wall Street Journal (Online) Retrieved from


Hargadon, A. B., & Douglas, Y. (2001). When innovations meet institutions: Edison and the   Design of the Electric Light.  Administrative Science Quarterly, 46(3), 476-501. doi:10.2307/3094872


Lenet, S. (2017). Analyzing the Spectrum of Corporate Innovation from R&D to VC. Techcrunch. Retrieved from


O'Reilly, C. A., & Tushman, M. L. (2011). Organizational ambidexterity in action: How managers explore and exploit. California Management Review, 53(4), 5-22. doi:10.1525/cmr.2011.53.4.5


PRNewswire.  (2018, August 22).  Chipotle announces new accelerator for ventures that are changing the food landscape to make the world better.  Retrieved from:


Robinson, M.  (2018, January 10).  A robotics company called ‘Robomart’ wants to replace Postmates and Instacart with self-driving grocery stores.  Retrieved from:


Scholz, M. (2017). The Three Step Process that Kept 3M Innovative for Decades. Fast Company. Retrieved from


Swabey, SP. (2017). Culture Clash- the Challenge of Innovation through Acquisition. The Economist. Retrieved from


Teece, D. J. (2010). Business models, business strategy and innovation. Long Range Planning,

       43(2), 172-194. doi:10.1016/j.lrp.2009.07.003


Thompson, D., (2017) Google X and the Science of Radical Creativity. The Atlantic. Retrieved from: