The organizations which are managed in the most effective and innovative ways are likely to outperform their competitors. Management can be a competitive advantage.
This is the basis of the concept of ‘management innovation’, championed by London Business School’s Gary Hamel and Julian Birkinshaw. From Toyota’s lean manufacturing to the Malaysian government’s embrace of blue ocean strategy, organizations of all types are constantly seeking out new and better ways to manage their resources. The job of managers is to improve the performance of the resources they have and to identify the future resources they need.
Increasingly, the . . .
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