Tel: 603-289-0007

VG personally handles all inquiries. The best way to reach him is his email address. Only as a backup, use VG’s cell phone: 603-289-0007.


VG has researched the Three Box Solution and Reverse Innovation for over 35 years. VG is a two-time winner of the prestigious McKinsey Award for the Best Article published in HBR. His articles have been cited more than 10,000 times. Here is a list of his publications in Harvard Business Review that are closely related to Three Box Solution and Reverse Innovation.


Building Breakthrough Businesses Within Established Organizations

Harvard Business Review | May 2005

Strategic experiments are crucial to long-term growth—but exactly what does it take to get promising ideas out of the incubator and up and running as sustainable new businesses?


How GE Is Disrupting Itself

Harvard Business Review | October 2009

For decades, GE has sold modified Western products to emerging markets. Now, to preempt the emerging giants, it’s trying the reverse.


Stop the Innovation Wars

Harvard Business Review | July 2010

Tensions between your innovation team and core operations can derail your company’s growth initiatives. Here’s how to end those battles.

Winner of the McKinsey Award for Best Harvard Business Review article, 2010


Designing a $300 House

Harvard Business Review | January 2011

Use leapfrog innovation to design a $300 house for the poor.

The CEO’s Role in Business Model Reinvention

Harvard Business Review | January 2011

A forward-looking CEO must do three things: Manage the present, selectively forget the past, and create the future.

Reverse Innovation Playbook

Harvard Business Review | April 2012

Insights from a company that developed products for emerging markets and then brought them back home.


Delivering World-Class Health Care, Affordably

Harvard Business Review | November 2013

Innovative hospitals in India are pointing the way.

Engineering Reverse Innovations

Harvard Business Review | July-August 2015

Principles for creating successful products for emerging markets.

Winner of the McKinsey Award for Best Harvard Business Review article, 2015

Planned Opportunism

Harvard Business Review | May 2016 

Using weak signals to spur innovation.

The Scary Truth About Corporate Survival

Harvard Business Review | December 2016



Is This the Hospital That Will Finally Push the Expensive U.S. Health Care System to Innovate?

Harvard Business Review | June 2018


Transforming Health Care from the Ground Up

Harvard Business Review | July-August 2018




3 Entrepreneurs Who Made It Their Mission to Lower Health Care Costs

Harvard Business Review | July 09, 2018


Becoming A Better Corporate Citizen

Harvard Business Review | March-April 2020

Capitalism is under pressure. People all over the world believe CEOs manage companies for the short term because of a single-minded focus on shareholders. To address these issues, academics, think tanks, corporate leaders, and NGOs have started talking about how to reform the capitalist system so that it works for everyone.