Leading in the Digital Age

Champy, James
December 2000
Executive Excellence;Dec2000, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p19
Highlights the importance of organic growth among companies. Establishment of a base and capability from which to grow; Difficulty of speeding up change in corporate culture; Ability to recognize effective traditional practices while ushering in reinvention; Consideration of value of intangible assets over tangible assets.


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