Evolutionary change

December 1999
Executive Excellence;Dec99, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p16
Examines how businesses can benefit from change. Impact of advancing information technology; Shift from controlled economies operated by controlled employees to free-market economies operated by liberated business owners; Elements of a free-market organization.


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