Superior Management Model: "Renewal" Perspective

Dutta, Swarup Kumar
July 2011
SCMS Journal of Indian Management;Jul2011, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p61
Academic Journal
The proposition of how companies win at the market place have changed in file 21st century from the concept of pure business models only to the one in which an effective management model is wrapped inside a business model. As such, management model innovation is a key area for business success. The paper takes a closer look at how superior management models can be effectively utilized for delivering business success and hence creates renewal in organizations. It effectively cites file case of four types of organizations through a framework to drive the point for managerial action.


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