Growth Champions: The Battle for Sustained Innovation Leadership

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 8, 2012 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Unique insights and fresh perspectives on business growth and innovation

Growth is a priority for most businesses, but one that's elusive and difficult to achieve. But some companies do it well, delivering sustainable growth year after year. What makes those companies so special? And what can you and your business learn from them?

Growth Champions looks at 20 leading global organizations and identifies the key elements that drive their success. These growth champions include such companies as PepsiCo, Apple, Rolls Royce, Google, Audi, and P&G. While many share some common traits, they all take different paths to growth using different formulas to achieve it. Here, you'll learn how they formulate and execute strategies, motivate and engage people, build a growth culture, and develop and use distinctive competencies to stay ahead of the pack.

 

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Contents

The Changing Dynamics of Innovation
13
The Growth Champions
57
Narayana Hrudayalaya and Novo Nordisk Reinventing healthcare
163
RollsRoyce and ARM Technology partnerships for growth
183
BASF and Shell Growth in a resourceconstrained world
201
Tata and Bharti Leapfrogging from India
221
LEGO and Apple Bringing magic to the everyday
241
Lessons for the Future
265
Further Common Traits
281
Future Challenges
287
The Growth Agenda The Essential Implications
298
Appendix Key Data for the Growth Champions
313
Contributor Credits
332
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