Innovation

Innovation

 
The Innovator's Prescription Christensen, Clayton M. | Grossman, Jerome H. | Hwang, Jason McGraw-Hill , 2009 Health Care, Innovation

It will not come as news to most Americans that the United States health care system is in critical condition. Each year, fewer people can afford to pay for medical care and fewer businesses can afford to provide...

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The Innovator’s Solution Christensen, Clayton M. | Raynor, Michael E. Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2003 Innovation

Executives do not typically view theories as tools for success because they do not associate theories with practical applications. In The Innovator’s Solution, Clayton M. Christensen and Michael E....

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The Innovator’s Dilemma Christensen, Clayton M. Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2000 Innovation

Even the best companies can fail, and the same practices that make companies succeed can also lead to their failure. In The Innovator’s Dilemma, Clayton M. Christensen explores this paradox and what...

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Competing Against Luck Christensen, Clayton M. | Hall, Taddy | Dillon, Karen | Duncan, David S. HarperCollins Publishers , 2016 Innovation

In Competing Against Luck, Clayton M. Christensen, Taddy Hall, Karen Dillon, and David S. Duncan explain how the Theory of Jobs to Be Done can lead a company to successful innovation and growth. By...

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Communicating for Managerial Effectiveness Clampitt, Phillip G. Sage Publications , 2001 Communication, Innovation, Major Works, Management, Personal Growth

It is Clampitt's premise that because communication is at the core of managerial effectiveness, managers must have a clear view of their abilities to communicate and the challenges involved in the process, however,...

 
 
Wiki Management Collins, Rod AMACOM , 2014 Innovation, Management

Many organizations continue to use the top-down hierarchical management model developed in the 19th century. As a result, they are unable to handle the speed and increasing complexity of the 21st century business world...

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The Other 90 Percent Cooper, Robert K. Crown Publishing , 2001 Innovation, Leadership, Personal Growth

Although a host of recent scientific discoveries have found that human capacity is limitless, most people, because of an innate biological predisposition, use only a tiny fraction of the immense power of their...

 
 
Microsoft Secrets Cusumano, Michael A. | Selby, Richard W. The Free Press , 1996 Business Biographies, Innovation, Management, Marketing

Drawing on almost two years of on-site observation, 40 in-depth interviews, and unprecedented access to confidential documents and project data, the authors focus specifically on Microsoft’s unique "synch-and-stabilize...

 
 
Hershey D'Antonio, Michael Simon & Schuster , 2006 Business Biographies, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Personal Growth

Not only does the name Hershey mean chocolate to America and the world, it also signifies an inspiring and uniquely successful experiment in humanistic capitalism—one that has produced a business empire devoted to a...

 
 
Not Knowing D'Souza, Steven | Renner, Diana LID Publishing Inc. , 2014 Innovation, Personal Growth

Life is full of uncertainty, which makes people anxious. To alleviate their anxiety, people look to experts who may not know the answers, try to manage circumstances over which they have no control, and search for...

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