Reinventing Competition

Hamel, Gary
January 2000
Executive Excellence;Jan2000, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p11
Discusses the importance for executives to put in place a strategy that will help their companies achieve a comfortable level of competitiveness. Need to understand boundary conditions; Innovation in organizations; Steps in creating the incentive to think about non-traditional opportunities.


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