Change leaders

Drucker, Peter F.
June 1999
Inc.;Jun99, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p65
Discusses ways on how to prepare a company to be more receptive to innovations. How to become a change leader; Details on the practices and policies; Tips on managing innovations.


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