Nathan Furr is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, where he teaches innovation and technology strategy.
Nathan earned his PhD from the Stanford Technology Ventures Program at Stanford University and holds BA, MA and MBA degrees from Brigham Young University. He has held permanent or visiting positions at INSEAD, ESSEC, and BYU.
Nathan Furr is directing Leading Digital Transformation and Innovation. Nathan’s research focuses on innovation and technology strategy, particularly how new and established firms adapt to technology change and enter new markets.
Published papers include explorations of how to capture new opportunities, how to balance the need for execution and flexibility, how firms develop innovative business models, the determinants of success for firms changing industries, and the impact of learning on new market success.
One of the core behaviours of human capital is the ability to spot future opportunities
How come some individuals prosper more than others in getting traction for their ideas?
What makes a management team and an organisation innovative?
What attributes separate managers from *great* managers?
How managers unlock the ability to innovate via connection.
Channelling ideas in order to overcome challenges and generate invaluable businesses. 3:16 minutes
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