Management Innovation

Hamel, Gary
January 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jan2007, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p5
The author focuses on management innovation. He believes that innovation in the way companies allocate capital, motivate employees and set priorities has the most potential to create long-lasting competitive advantage. He claims that management innovation has produced the biggest and most enduring shifts in industry leadership. He explains that business challenges can only be solved when leaders learn to innovate as boldly around their management systems as they do around their products, services and strategies.


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