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The profound shifts in innovation are produced by…

Gary Hamel parallels our thoughts on management innovation

Q: Why “management innovation”?
A: There’s a hierarchy of innovation. Economic progress is driven by three forms of innovation: institutional innovation, which includes the legal and institutional framework for business; technological innovation, which creates the possibility of new products, services, and production methods; and management innovation, which changes the way organizations are structured and administered. Management innovation has produced the most profound shifts [in business productivity].

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