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Managing Innovation and Change

Third Edition
Edited by:


August 2006 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Building on the success of the Second Edition with 19 new chapters, Managing Innovation and Change showcases the best work of thinkers writing in this area and provides a coherent picture of key ideas and concepts to have emerged from this exciting field.

Frequently radical and intentionally provocative in terms of topic and treatment, the book:

- covers the increasing diversity of pressures to which modern enterprises are subjected;

- reviews some of the more persistent acronyms to which the art of management is increasingly prone;

- examines the nature of innovation;

- looks at the broader issues surrounding change, and

- turns to those attributes of leadership which are consistent with the successful management of innovation and change.

David Mayle
Introduction
 
PART ONE: ENVIRONMENTS
Karl Schultz and Peter Williamson
Gaining Competitive Advantage in a Carbon-constrained World
Simon Knox and Stan Maklan
Corporate Social Responsibility
Pete Engardio and Bruce Einhorn
Outsourcing Innovation
Ian Wilson
From Scenario Thinking to Strategic Action
 
PART TWO: APPROACHES
B G Dale et al
Quality Is Dead in Europe
Nadia Bhuiyan and Amit Baghel
An Overview of Continuous Improvement
Peter Hines, Matthias Holweg and Nick Rich
Learning To Evolve
John Storey, Caroline Emberson and David Reade
The Barriers to Customer Responsive Supply Chain Management
 
PART THREE: INNOVATION
Robert J Allio
Ackoff on Innovation
Scott D Anthony and Clayton M Christensen
How You Can Benefit by Predicting Change
Henry W Chesbrough
The Era of Open Innovation
Costas Markides and Paul Geroski
The Innovator's Prescription
The Art of Scale

 
 
PART FOUR: CHANGE
David E Bowen and Edward E Lawler III
The Empowerment of Service Workers
Michael L Tushman and Charles A O'Reilly III
Ambidextrous Organizations
R P Oakey
Technical Entrepreneurship in High Technology Small Firms
Dave Francis and John Bessant
Targeting Innovation and Implications for Capability Development
 
PART FIVE: LEADERSHIP
Jean Hartley and Maria Allison
The Role of Leadership in the Modernization and Improvement of Public Services
Jim Collins
Level 5 Leadership
Richard Farson and Ralph Keyes
The Failure-tolerant Leader
Jody Hoffer Gittell
Paradox of Coordination and Control

'I must say that I give this book, "two thumbs up". The real genius, however, is the editorial choices that David Mayle has made. This is not meant to denigrate the work of the authors but to emphasize the essential role played by the editor of a compilation. These are the right articles, from the right sources, at the right time, and in the right sequence. This compilation is top-rate, and my expectation is that this will become another strong link in the chain of change management literature'
James T. Walz
Dean, Rinker School of Business, Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA


Gathers together some key articles on the subject.

Dr Jamie Brassett
MA Innovation Management, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design
November 25, 2014

Too advanced for my first year undergrads - will adopt for second years, good theory grounding for them.

Mrs Katy Roberts
Faculty of Business & law, London Metropolitan Uni (City Campus)
December 4, 2013

This book provides an informed knowledge of innovation and change management in the business world

Miss Nyree Kendall
Dept of Health & Social Studies, Bolton University
November 7, 2013

Some chapters are of IMPORTANCE to support the main topics in my course at MSc level.

Dr Alfonso Avila-Merino
Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia
September 4, 2012

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