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Reinterpreting History II: Has Big Ever Been More Innovative? After efficiency, the
second advantage of bigness touted by its advocates has been innovativeness.
On this point, the authors of The Bigness Complex begin by presenting the ...
For instance, the twenty-five people, leadership, and systems prescriptions all
exist solely to speed the customer and innovation goals established in the
customer and innovation sections. The bad news: You can't do it all at once, but
you must ...
The prescriptions for fast-paced innovation suggest that more starts on new
things, in every function, by every person, must be made in order to adapt as fast
as the ever-faster-changing environment requires. Given that premise, the need ...
Highly trained and thus more flexible workers, with a big stake in the action, are a
must for constant adaptation to customer needs and constant innovation. 4. The
leadership prescriptions essentially address only two questions: First, "how do ...
... international as an adjunct activity, for big firms only Emphasis on volume, cost,
hardware, functional integrity Second-class citizens, "move the product"
predominates 52 Market creation, niche focus, innovation from being closer to
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Building Systems for a World Turned Upside Down
Measure Whats Important
Revamp the Chief Control Tools
Decentralize Information Authority and Strategic Planning
Set Conservative Goals
Demand Total Integrity
A New View of Leadership at All Level
Pay Attention More Listening