Managing innovation and change
Open University Business School in association with SAGE, Jun 15, 2002 - Business & Economics - 294 pages
Following on from its highly successful predecessor, the new edition of Creative Management further explores the roots of creative perception and judgement at work, in the context of rapidly changing technologies and new opportunities for knowledge management. The readings presents distinguished international contributors who collectively represent a new approach to management. Jane Henry brings these eminent authors together to introduce to the reader essential works on cognition, creativity, style, new approaches to learning, development and sustainability - all written at an accessible and engaging level.The book has a distinctly international flavour. Whilst giving a clear conceptual overview and perspective for the topics discussed, it also makes clear their practical implications. It will be widely adopted on management courses, and is particularly relevant to courses on creative management, innovation and knowledge management.
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Section A Management context
Competing for the future
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