P&G

Rewarding Risk
August 05,2019 Facilitating Innovation
Rewarding Risk

Procter & Gamble The personal healthcare company and kings of rewarding risk, Procter and Gamble, better known as P&G, was founded in 1837 in Cincinnati by brothers-in-law William Procter and James Gamble. Their business was a budding enterprise that experienced... READ MORE

Connecting Unrelated Ideas
Connecting Unrelated Ideas

Another SAB Miller Norman Adami was the master of connecting unrelated ideas. It started with Miller Brewing which had been a Milwaukee and American beer mainstay throughout the 20th century. However, South African Breweries (SAB) purchased Miller Brewing for $3.6... READ MORE

Assessing Innovation Environments
Assessing Innovation Environments

Abstract The Problem: The need for innovation in a capitalist market is consistent. This leaves organizational survival dependent on growth, yet the corporate model of efficiency stunts innovative thought. Why It Happens: The corporate ecosystem is designed for standardization and... READ MORE

Procter & Gamble’s King of the Innovation Mountain
Procter & Gamble’s King of the Innovation Mountain

King of Innovation The personal healthcare company Procter and Gamble, better known as P&G or the king of innovation, was founded in 1837 in Cincinnati by brothers-in-law William Procter and James Gamble. Their business was a budding enterprise that experienced... READ MORE