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The challenge of innovation / John Adair.

By: Adair, John.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Surrey, England: Kogan Page Ltd, 1990Description: 120 p.ISBN: 0951183532; 9780951183533.Subject(s): Management & management techniques | Technological innovations - Management | Business & Economics / Management Science | Management Techniques: ProfessionalOnline resources: Amazon.com | Amazon customer reviews Summary: Organizations must do more than merely respond to changes and therefore be innovative rather then reactionary. This book emphasizes the need for innovation and points out a path to the successful management of change. Organizations must do more than merely respond to changes and therefore be innovative rather then reactionary. This book emphasizes the need for innovation and points out a path to the successful management of change. Change must occur by the introduction of new productive services and by improving existing ones. The author suggests that his work is applicable to all organizations, such as schools and universities, as well as to commercial and industrial enterprises.
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Books The MUA Library South C campus
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STACK 2 HD 45 .A33 1990 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 1992-0395
Books The MUA Library South C campus
- Open Collection
STACK 2 HD 45 .A33 1990 (Browse shelf) 2 Available 1992-0396

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Organizations must do more than merely respond to changes and therefore be innovative rather then reactionary. This book emphasizes the need for innovation and points out a path to the successful management of change. Organizations must do more than merely respond to changes and therefore be innovative rather then reactionary. This book emphasizes the need for innovation and points out a path to the successful management of change. Change must occur by the introduction of new productive services and by improving existing ones. The author suggests that his work is applicable to all organizations, such as schools and universities, as well as to commercial and industrial enterprises.

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